complete rookie sendmail question
ken at rosewoodblues.com
Sun Feb 27 16:44:46 GMT 2005
Found out it was a firewall issue and that is open now. though my
problem has gone from connection refused to:
Feb 27 08:22:04 web1 sendmail: j1MIj4DI065443: <...>
delay=4+19:37:00, xdelay=00:00:00, mailer=esmtp, pri=22920813,
relay=bhost1.broadjam.net., dsn=4.0.0, stat=Deferred: Operation timed
out with bhost1.broadjam.net.
is there a timeout that I can set in sendmail to set a longer wait time
my flags in my rc.conf are:
sendmail_flags="-bd -q30m" # -bd is pretty mandatory.
I am in a bit of a panic because my mail queue is starting to fill up
and I need to get these messages out....
On Feb 25, 2005, at 11:11 AM, Giorgos Keramidas wrote:
> On 2005-02-25 11:03, Ken Hawkins <ken at rosewoodblues.com> wrote:
>> first.... thank you all for the invaluable amount of info and
>> resorses that flow through this mail list.. I hope to one day
>> contribute more than I take away.
>> that said This is what is happening. I have a webserver
>> 'web1.foo.com' that is not the mailserver for foo.com (that is
>> mail.foo.com). /var/log/maillog has errors like:
>> Feb 25 07:34:09 web1 sm-mta: j1PDTdTd098790:
>> to=<bar at somedomain.com>, ctladdr=<foo at web1.foo.com> (1002/1002),
>> delay=00:04:30, xdelay=00:00:00, mailer=esmtp, pri=120427,
>> relay=mail.foo.com. [188.8.131.52], dsn=4.0.0,
>> stat=Deferred: Connection refused by mail.foo.com.
> Is mail.foo.com running an MTA?
> Does the setup of the MTA, the firewall, whatever else runs on
> mail.foo.com allow connections from your web1.foo.com host?
>> how can i configure sendmail for send out mail as foo.com and NOT
>> web1.foo.com? is this possible?
> This is probably a job of the MTA running on mail.foo.com, which
> should probably have the option:
> If it doesn't already, that is. Handling the masquerading of outgoing
> email in one central place (the MTA setup of mail.foo.com) is much
> preferable, since you only have to update ONE place whenever you feel
> like changing the MASQUERADE_AS option.
> - Giorgos
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