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How to: Debian stop MTA start up at boot and other services

I always get this with wireless and MTA when booting Debian due to the way I configure my network card.
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My Wireless card config is setup in /etc/network/interfaces, nameservers in /etc/resolv.conf, but I use /etc/rc.local to issue my ESSID, WEP pass and restart the network which means that MTA (Mail Transfer Agent, exim4 to be precise) tries to startup at boot but can’t as there isn’t a wireless network connection yet.

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