Robert L Cochran
cochranb at speakeasy.net
Sun Oct 5 19:13:41 UTC 2003
Install the sendmail.cf package.
Then edit /etc/mail/sendmail.mc to comment out the line that allows only
Then issue 'make -C /etc/mail'
Check that file sendmail.cf was recently updated (e.g. the
date/timestamp is a few seconds ago.)
Issue 'service sendmail restart'.
If all goes well you should be able to send and recieve.
> Is there an applet I'm missing for Sendmail config? Seems like
> there is one for most things. I've installed FC2, and currently
> can't send mail from my box, because sendmail is presenting itself
> as locahost.localdomain, and my connection gets refused. I figured
> that editing the sendmail.mc was the answer, but thought there
> might be an easier way for the real basic options.
> As an aside, I noticed that Postfix was also an option at time of
> install. Which is the "preferred" option?
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