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1. Red Hat
Dear All ,
I have some problem in Sendmail , where it was sending mails perfectly fine with the Ip address of the client machine.
But suddenly there was an issue , the SMTP takes the IP of the bond1 interface.
So the IP could not get validated in the relay server.
So how should i send... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: jegaraman
2. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I desperately need help to get my sendmail configuration working again.
I followed this guide:
Unmemorable Memories » Blog Archive » Enabling SMTP-AUTH for Sendmail on Debian Linux 3.1
to enable TLS and AUTH in sendmail and now I get an error I just cannot find any information... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: Mr.Glaurung
3. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
One of the applications sends mail to the users on daily basis. It sends mail within (internal users) the firewall (e.g., email@example.com) and not sending mail outside (external users) the firewall (e.g., firstname.lastname@example.org). When we contacted the admin people they informed us to register... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: abuibi
4. Red Hat
I use redhat 5.7 .
I configure sendmail as client and deliver the email to the external SMTP server(10.1.1.176) .
The smtp server need SMTP AUTH in order to send email with SMTP.
I configure and follow this link .
Sendmail as SMTP Authentication | Free Linux Tutorials
I try to send... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: chuikingman
5. Red Hat
Hi Every One,
one of our server configuration on sendmail config
we are using SMAR_HOST
and /etc/sysconfig/sednmail DAEMON is setted to NO
so let me know why sendmail is not working for this server
any this else u need please do let me know (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: venikathir
6. Shell Programming and Scripting
I like to check the status of sendmail and take the appropriate action based on success / failure etc.
I have gone through one of the thread where a suggestion is made to use RC for return code
Following is the code:
export... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: tmanda
I have an application which was originally compiled for AIX 4.3.3 which I am trying to compile with xlc 8 on aix 5.2. This app defines a macro called IDENT. Unfortunately, /usr/include/curses.h checks if IDENT is defined and if so, then defines #ident. Since #ident is apparently not supported by... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: erick00
In my application I have some number c files. In each of the file the following line will be the first statement.
#ident "@(#) set.c 126.96.36.199 05/15/01 17:06:32"
I would like to know what is the use of the above statement.
Sarwan (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: sarwan
9. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
Very strange one, we've got a recently build server (Sol10 via JET flash).
Bascially you can ssh to it fine, but telnet will allow entry of username, but will then feed in a carriage return on the passwd field, this also happens on any auth type command, ie passwd on a user account will also... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: itsupplies
what is the usage of #ident
I found the following statemant in begining of the shell scirpt ...
#ident "@(#) get.sh 6.12.1 09/30/97"
and I found the following statement in C file
#ident "@(#) getinp.h 188.8.131.52 07/11/97"
Sarwan (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: sarwan
local.users(4) Kernel Interfaces Manual local.users(4)
local.users - Specifies mail recipients on the local host.
The local.users file contains a list of user names whose mail is to be delivered to the local host and whose return address is user-
name@hostname. Entries in the local.hosts file are in addition to other local users (such as root and postmaster). See sendmail.cf(4) for
a description of other local users.
You can add entries to this file if the host is configured as a simple client and either of the following is true: The user wants their
mail delivered on this machine rather than being forwarded to the mail server. You are adding aliases to the /var/adm/sendmail/aliases
file. When the host is configured as a simple client, the alias must be added to this file and the aliases file.
A simple client is defined as a host that had the mail system configured using the MailConfig application from the System Management utili-
ties or configured using the mailsetup utility's Quick Setup menu.
The format of the file is as follows: User names are separated by blanks or new lines. Multiple user name can be specified on a line.
Blank lines are ignored. A comment mark (#) ends the line.
After modifying the local.users file, you must restart the sendmail daemon to apply the changes. Use the following command: #
root postmaster rw # A comment followed by an ignored blank line.
# Another comment. mariah # Another comment.
carey # Leading blanks are acceptable.
Specifies the path name for the file.
Files: sendmail.cf(4). delim off