Re: configuring sendmail
On Thu, Sep 07, 2000 at 08:52:15PM -0400, Michael Soulier wrote:
> Hey guys. Under RedHat, I just added the smarthost feature, and
> the masquerade envelope, and I could tell sendmail to use mail.storm.ca as
> my relay. I've tried doing that with Debian, but I'm getting "user
> unknown" errors back from mail.storm.ca, which isn't true. It also looks
> like the masquerade isn't working. The mail looks like it came from
On Debian, mail goes through your mua, to sendmail, and the other way,
it goes sendmail, fetchmail, procmail. Here's the Received headers I
get from my ISP:
Received: from localhost (keeling@localhost [127.0.0.1])
by topquark.spots.ab.ca (8.9.3/8.9.3/Debian/GNU) with ESMTP id TAA01500
for <keeling@localhost>; Wed, 6 Sep 2000 19:25:21 -0600
Received: from mail.spots.ab.ca
by fetchmail-4.6.4 POP3
for <keeling/localhost> (single-drop); Wed, 06 Sep 2000 19:25:22 MDT
Received: by cheetah (mbox keeling)
(with Cubic Circle's cucipop (v1.31 1998/05/13) Wed Sep 6 19:25:30 2000)
> "To listen to the words of the learned, and to instill into others the
> lessons of science, is better than religious exercises."
> -- Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)
"Smile, and we smile
Lords of many lands.
Frown, and we smile,
Lords of our own hands.
For man is man
And master of his fate."
I generally eschew spirituality (not to mention prophets of all
flavours) and think others should too, but that quote of yours above
is one of the few things I've heard from one of them in years that's
the least bit laudable.
keelingNO@SPAM.spots.ab.ca (Stephen) TopQuark Software & Serv. Enquire within.
[sed 's/NO@SPAM./@/g'] Contract programmer, server bum.
Any technology distinguishable from magic is insufficiently advanced.