The HTTP lookup table model for Postfix Icon

The HTTP lookup table model for Postfix

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The Postfix http map type allows you to hook up Postfix to a server with HTTP protocol, such as apache lighttpd nginx, etc. You need to write a CGI with C CPP Perl PHP etc, to complete the HTTP protocol to your database proprietary protocol conversion.

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  • new lookup table for postfix with http protocol

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Advanced End Users, Developers

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Programming Language

C

Registered

2009-11-30

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