Postfix runs on AIX, BSD, HP-UX, IRIX, LINUX, MacOS X, Solaris, Tru64 UNIX, and other UNIX systems. It requires ANSI C, a POSIX.1 library, and BSD sockets. See below for the gory details of what Postfix expects from the file system.
Gory details: the Postfix mail queue requires that (1) the file system can rename a file to a near-by directory without changing the file`s inode number, and that (2) mail is safely stored after fsync() of that file (not its parent directory) returns successfully, even when that file is renamed to a near-by directory at some later point in time. Maildir delivery also requires that (3) a file can be hard linked between different near-by directories. Mailbox delivery introduces no additional requirements beyond what is already needed for Postfix queues.
The following is a list of major Postfix features. Some features require third-party libraries (examples: LDAP, SQL, TLS). Other features are available only when the necessary operating system support exists and Postfix knows how to use it (examples: IP version 6, connection caching).
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