Re: Using Exim4 to send Messages through GMail
On Sun, Jan 03, 2010 at 03:41:42 +0000, josé Santos wrote:
> > It doesn't get delivered locally and remotely? What does
> > /var/log/exim4/mainlog say about your mail?
> The log shows that Exim does try passed em onto to gmail, but in turn, gmail is
> unable to deliver them, witch is understandable, they are ment to be delivered
> to root@localhost.
The first thing to check is if your hostname is included in the local
delivery list of exim4; see the ouput of
grep dc_other_hostnames /etc/exim4/update-exim4.conf.conf
dc_other_hostnames should be a comma-separated list of all possible
hostnames for local mail, e.g.
if your hostname in /etc/hostname is "debianbox". You might have to add
more hostnames to this list; check your exim4 log for the exact
addresses of the failed local mail deliveries.
The easiest way to change the exim4 setting is to run
The relevant configuration option is "other destinations for which mail