Is it possible to use mysql tables in postfix under OS X (Snow Leopard, not server)? For example, in
canonical_maps = mysql:/private/etc/postfix/mysql_canonical_maps.cf
postconf -m to list all lookup table types, I can see that
mysql is not among the default supported types for the default installation.
I'm aware that I can install a different version of postfix with mysql support (e.g., from macports), but I'd rather not do that as it wants to also compile both it's own version of apache and mysql, both of which I don't need.
My question therefore is twofold. First, is there some way to make the default installation of postfix in OS X use mysql tables? Second, is there a proscribed way of installing (either via a reputable binary or by compilation) a version of postfix that will either replace or not interfere with (so as to allow me to use either version) the existing version?
Or am I simply stuck with macports?