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I'm not sure how many people actually use SQLite for their Postfix installation. Postfix supports it but Postfixadmin doesn't so I suppose there has been little demand. It would probably work with mostly the same SQL as MySQL except for the DDL. But given that I'd have to support the "big ones" too as that's what most people use, I don't quite see how it would simplify things?


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