Sendmail relaying

Josef Karthauser joe at tao.org.uk
Thu Jan 10 12:18:53 GMT 2002


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On Thu, Jan 10, 2002 at 12:19:37PM +0000, mark.stewart at bacs.co.uk wrote:
> Cheers for the feedback, I was wondering if anyone had setup sendmail as =
a relay
> on there network. Did you add an mx entry for it to work or did you just =
add an
> entry to the access.conf file=20

You should just be able to add a rule to /etc/mail/access (copy the
default one it if doesn't exist.)  This tells sendmail to relay for that
domain.  Of course unless you add an MX record for it too no-one will
try and relay mail ;).

Joe

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