Sendmail and SMTP AUTH, I need a hand [SOLVED]
efrenba at yahoo.es
Fri Oct 26 06:31:41 PDT 2007
Solved, thanks for your time....
--- Steve Bertrand <iaccounts at ibctech.ca>
> > Hi,
> > I tried to activate the SMTP AUTH in Sendmail
> > following the steps of the man page
> > html).
> > Everythigns was ok, but...
> > If on the client (Outlook Express or MS
> > is activated "My server requires
> authentication" the SMTP AUTH occurs
> > and the mail is sent but if this option is
> disabled the mail is sent
> > too.
> I can't really help on the config side of
> things, but:
> Are all of your clients under the domain you
> have listed in the access
> That essentially (AFAIR) means allow anyone
> sending from this domain
> to relay through me, no matter what, which
> (again AFAIR) means that
> any domain listed in that file can relay
> through you, even if I slap
> your domain into my mail client on my own IP
> address (please correct
> if wrong).
> If this is the case, remove the domain from
> access, and if it's in
> relaydomains, remove it from there too.
> After it's removed from access, do this:
> # cd /etc/mail
> # makemap hash access < access
> I don't think you have to restart sendmail, but
> I can't remember.
> You should be able to eliminate all entries
> from both files after AUTH
> is enabled (again, AFAIR. I haven't used
> sendmail other than for
> system messages for a long time).
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