Some how I messed my sendmail.mc up. So I am asking if anyone out
there has a working sendmail.mc file that supports smtpauth doesn't
open me up for relays =)
I'm running debian stable, so this needs to be off of a debian box,
for some reason the sendmail.mc files from sendmail.org wont work for
He is what the problems that I am having are.
1) SMTP AUTH/SASL wont authenticate.. Everything looks right, but if I
look at the log files when someone tries to authenticate, it says a
possible SMTP hack has occured. *shrug*
2) I can't send mail from the local machine. So if I log into this
box, and try to send mail via mutt or ever directly through sendmail,
it sits in a queue wiht a defered error also says 127.0.0.1 connection
refused, but I can telnet to 127.0.0.1 on this box and hand enter an
e-mail and it sends just fine. This has something to do with teh
/var/spool/mqueue-client and MSP queue.
If anyone has any ideas, or a working debian sendmail.mc, I would
really appreciate your help.
P.S. Please don't reply just to tell me to switch MTA's I've been
using sendmail for years, and have had very little problems with it.
This problem occured when I did the last security update for sendmail
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