Re: exim config probs
> On Fri, 3 Dec 1999, Mark Wagnon wrote:
> > Did you make sure that you have set up exim to do relaying for your
> > internal network? You neet to put the network address when eximconf
> > asks you about relaying local networks. I 've never set this up
> > before, but you can take a look at a Linux Gazette article that's
> > really helpful.
> I found the prob. I think that eximconfig ask for a comma or space
> separated list of domains to relay for. Well, this doesn't work. You must
> use a colon separated list of domains.
Did you filed a bug?
> Even the entry (host_accept_relay) wasn't added to exim.conf but a
> carefully read at specs.txt solved the problem.
> I added to lines:
> relay_domains = *.my.domain
> host_accept_relay = localhost:192.168.9.0/24:192.168.10.0/24:*.my.domain
> Now exim is happy in accepting mail from my internal machines.
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