[Seattle-SAGE] Simple sendmail question

Mark McWiggins mark at IcanFixYourEmail.com
Mon Dec 19 13:14:46 PST 2005


W.H. Jamison, Jr. wrote:

>I'm configuring several UNIX systems to use the Sendmail-8.12.11-4 that comes with RedHat version 3.
>I want these hosts to never receive e-mail so I have disabled the automatic startup of the sendmail daemon and configured the submit.mc to forward mail to an msp host. This works very well, the only 
>problem I have is that if mail is sent to an unqualified username the To: address is written as
>user at clienthost.zgi.com
>which is then sent off to the MSP host. The MSP host sees this and tries to send it back to clienthost at zgi.com which doesn't work as I'm not running sendmail with a port 25 listener on that host. What do I need to put in my submit.mc or sendmail.mc so that unqualified addresses will be qualified with the domain name, zgi.com which, when sent to the msp host, will deliver them properly? My submit.mc, which I stole from an article in Sysadmin magazine, looks like this
>define(`confCF_VERSION', `Submit')
>define(`__OSTYPE__', `')
>define(`confTIME_ZONE', `USE_TZ')
>define(`confDONT_INIT_GROUPS', `True')
>FEATURE(`msp', `stellang.zgi.com')
>Any help will be greatly appreciated. 
>Jamie Jamison
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>Members at lists.seattle-sage.org

Mark McWiggins
mark at cheaperemail.com
425-369-8286 (home/cell/vm -- let ring)

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