Re: Smail & multihomed systems
Forget this question, I answered my own questions... :)
If anyone needs help with multiple domains using the same Smail, let me
know, I got it working.
On Mon, 8 Sep 1997, Matthew Tebbens wrote:
> I have a few www virtual hosts on my system, and I'm using Smail.
> I would like Smail to handle the mail for the domains I setup that
> point to the system.
> The way I understand it, is that you should not input the domain info
> in /etc/smail/config under 'hostname' as that is used only for the
> main host name/names for the system. I tried it anyway and it seems to
> work just find.
> The correct way to do this is to create a seperate config file for each
> domain, and have smail startup a new smail/config for each...?
> (I read this from the doc/multihome file)
> Has anyone done this ? If so, maybe you could post the smail configuration
> files that allow this to work...
> In /etc/smail/routers are the directives done in order ? Here is mine:
> driver=gethostbyaddr, transport=smtp;
> check_for_local, fail_if_error
> driver=bind, transport=smtp;
> defer_no_connect, -local_mx_okay, defnames,
> driver=smarthost, transport=smtp;
> So if inet_addrs fails Smail tries inet_hosts then smart_host ?
> I would assume that I have to put an entry for my other domains first
> here, so smail would check that first.
> Something like:
> This is all way to confusing.....can't someone make a nice easy to use
> X-windows based config screen for an easy to setup MTA ??? :)
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