You could check sendmail with the following:
/usr/lib/sendmail -bt -d0.1 < /dev/null
Check that DNS is working (sendmail uses DNS normally)
Check if you are logging mail commands (look at your /etc/syslog.conf file to see where they may be going). Check the file to see what errors you are getting (/var/adm/messages or possibly /var/*/sendmail).
Post any error you may get by testing mailx command from command line.
I want to send a mail for my business needs from outlook account to an unix server (HP-UX) but I don't send any mail. While I can send from the unix server to my outlook account, I can't send from outlook to unix.
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I am trying to get stored mail out of an old mail client. I figured that the easiest way to do it is with IMAP by logging in with both clients. I can copy the mail to the server from the old mail client, and back down into the new mail client.
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i have sun machines having solaris 9 & 10 OS . Now i need to send mail from the machines to my outlook account . I have the ip adress of OUTLOOK mail server. Now what are the setting i need to do in solaris machines so that i can use mailx or sendmail.
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We have configured our mail unix server and can send out emails automatically from applications running on unix to different people in our company as well as outside our company. However there is an outside client who is not receiving these emails because the settings on their mail server cannot... (4 Replies)
I need some help with sending mail out from my UNIX server:
It is running Solaris 2.6 and the sendmail version is 8.8.
Output of :/usr/lib/sendmail -d0.1 -bt < /dev/null
Compiled with: LOG MATCHGECOS MIME7TO8 MIME8TO7 NAMED_BIND NDBM NETINET
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