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[OT] Stupid sendmail question



I've got one box running sendmail to support some legacy configs.
Several clients connect to this server but travel through a PIX
firewall to get there.  It seems that the PIX gets pissy about
allowing ident requests from the sendmail server abck to the client.
I'm trying to determine whether ident is indeed the problem.  To do
that, it'd be handy to be able to get sendmail to quit doing ident
lookups altogether - I really don't care what ident says since it's
either bogus (a lookup against a WinXX box) or bogus (a lookup against
a Linux box running oidentd).

So, how does one tell sendmail to dispense with ident?

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Nathan Norman         "Eschew Obfuscation"          Network Engineer
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