I’m moving from Ubuntu to CentOS 7
Previously, on Ubuntu, installing amavisd would lead to etc/amavis/conf.d that contained:
However installing amavisd on CentOS leads to a spaghetti config file
(i.e. /etc/amavisd/amavisd.conf and nothing else)
For obvious reasons I want to avoid spaghetti config, not only is it poor practice, but also nigh on impossible to maintain properly without breaking stuff.
Assuming it is possible, how would I go about changing the CentOS
“dump” based config into a more sensible one where local site customisations are clearly deliniated ?