Re: How to diable mail relaying in smail
This is fixed in later versions (i.e., 184.108.40.206-1 in potato). You
might want to get the Debian source package of that and build your own
slink package. exim is another possibility. I don't personally think
sendmail would be a step backwards--I use it.
On Tue, Oct 19, 1999 at 11:42:04AM -0700, Tom Kuiper wrote:
> I need to disable mail relaying on my system. I have smail 220.127.116.11-3,
> which came as the default with my Debian system, installed. We cannot figure
> out how to turn off mail relaying (an institutionally required anti-spam
> measure), since smail does not use a sendmail.cf file. Can anyone advise?
> The only alternative would be to install sendmail in place of smail, but
> wouldn't that be a step backwards?
> Thanks and regards
> Tom Kuiper
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