ansible-role-postfix - Ansible role for Postfix MTA

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This role configures Postfix which is a free and open-source mail transfer agent (MTA) that routes and delivers electronic mail, intended as an alternative to the widely used Sendmail MTA. This role requires Ansible version 1.4 or higher and the Debian/Ubuntu platform.

https://github.com/petemcw/ansible-role-postfix

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