Breaking the sendmail code / sendmail for dummies
john at starfire.mn.org
Mon Feb 8 13:12:17 UTC 2010
On Sun, Feb 07, 2010 at 10:28:20PM -0700, Warren Block wrote:
> On Sun, 7 Feb 2010, John wrote:
> > A little background - elwood will be the mail hub. Any e-mail
> > originating from within my local network should be re-written to
> > eliminate the specific host name and only use the higher level
> > domain. I belive that is "MASQUERADE_AS". In trying to make sure
> > this is what I want, I keep running into references to the domain
> > file and references like "../domain". Should I really be considering
> > creating something regarding my local configuration in the
> > /usr/share/sendmail/cf/domain directory? That seems - wrong.
> It's not recommended.
> Instead, running make in /etc/mail creates your hostname.mc file from
> the templates there. (/etc/mail/Makefile is a model of making things
> Then edit hostname.mc. Change the masquerade settings:
> After the edits, do a 'make all install restart'. Done!
Wow! Thanks, Warren! I guess I wasn't as close as I thought on
So - I did all that you suggested, and it sure looks like it worked,
but I still have a question. It did both the hostname.mc and the
hostname.submit.mc files and .cf files, but I didn't do anything
to the hostanme.submit.mc file. Am I still OK?
> -Warren Block * Rapid City, South Dakota USA
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