tin at le.org
Fri Aug 11 09:18:02 PDT 2000
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To do what you want, just set the following in sendmail.cf
# "Smart" relay host (may be null)
Set DS value to the relay machine.
If it's left empty, your system will try to deliver mail itself.
According to your problem description, that should be all you need to do.
Tin Le - tin at le.org
Firewall and Security Consulting
> A group of fellow employees and I are trying to get linux on to the desktop
> where I work. One of the problems we are facing is a working SMTP mail
> system for each desktop machine. The desktop solution in place uses both SMTP
> and POP depending on whether the desktop machine is Unix or other.
> If a local SMTP machine sends a local message it gets delivered via
> the local machines sendmail. If a local machine sends a message outside
> of the company it gets delivered via a relay machine.
> I am looking for a working linux (Redhat 6.2) sendmail.cf file that
> includes the ability to send mail via a relay machine if need be, so I can
> hack it to fit my circumstance.
> Any volunteers?
> Vince Duperron
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