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Configure Postfix and mail()

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How do I configure Postfix for use with the mail() function?  

sendmail_path =/usr/sbin/postfix

I tried that but it didn't work. :)
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I'd expect Postfix to install it's own sendmail wrappers, so you shouldn't have to change the path at all. While you're playing with mail(), don't! Use PHPMailer instead: phpmailer.sourceforge.net
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It named it sendmail.postfix
Pointed the cfg to that and it worked
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