Re: smtp relay
From: Shawn Bierman (BiermanS_at_METHODISTHEALTH.ORG)
Date: Tue, 16 Sep 2003 13:58:38 -0500 To: aix-l@Princeton.EDU
What I did was:
stopsrc -s sendmail
made my edit
then: startsrc -s sendmail -a "-bd -q15"
>>> kevin.adams@PHS.COM 9/16/03 1:48:29 PM >>>
make sure you do a stop and start and not a refresh.
PacifiCare Behavioral Health
Principal Systems Analyst
AIX Certified Advanced Technical Expert
From: Shawn Bierman [mailto:BiermanS@METHODISTHEALTH.ORG]
Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2003 11:33 AM
Subject: [aix-l] smtp relay
I want to setup a system so that it uses the SMTP server of another box for
sending mail that is not in the local domain.
From what I've read it seems all I had to do was add the
"DSmailer:smtp.methodisthealth.org" to the /etc/sendmail.cf file, where
smtp.methodisthealth.org is the relay.
I have restarted sendmail. However, when I do my tests I see that my host
is still trying to go out of the firewall directly to the smtp server of the
domain I was sending email too. Totally ignoring the relay I setup.
Have I missed a step? This is for aix4.3.3 and aix5.1
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