in /etc/hosts, why?

Casey Stamper casey.stamper at gmail.com
Fri Aug 10 09:53:48 UTC 2007

On 8/10/07, Gerald Dachs <ubuntu at dachsweb.de> wrote:
> > I've actually implemented this in Ubuntu, Fedora, openSUSE and
> > Mandriva and while I don't really *notice* any speedup, It didn't slow
> > it down either.
> All this disties have this IP too? Since when? Didn't try
> them recently. Before Ubuntu I was a developer for two other
> not so well known distries that don't use this IP.
> I am using amavisd-new and let the quarantined mails go into a mysql database.
> I use then MailZu for deleting or releasing them from quarantine. MailZu uses
> this infamous IP to ask amavis for releasing emails, but amavis has
> a default acl to allow only Now I have two options, I can change
> the amavis acl to allow too, or I can change the hosts and remove
> the I don't know the right way, before I know the reason for the
> IP. I have asked all the other Unix admins in my company and none
> of them had ever heared from this.
> Gerald
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I may be mistaken here. I use all of those distros at one point or
another and I may be confusing myself (and you). :)

Casey Stamper

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