>The resulting system, however, *doesn't require the wrapper*, which is
>such a huge win from the perspective of getting it to work on a variety of
>systems (some of which may not have compilers) and from a security
>standpoint that I consider it a fairly massive improvement.
Doesn't the wrapper set some environment variables as well as set things up
to run as majordomo ... does qmail handle that too or do you in fact not
need to set these.
We were going to play with doing without the wrapper in our exim set-up -
since getting the delivery to be done as majordomo is easy enough for the
way we do it.