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Re: sendmail problem

Am Sa, den 12.06.2004 schrieb Don Dupy um 19:15:

> make sure you have your client pc in your /etc/mail/access file.
> mine looks like so.......

Only needed and useful if you do not want to enforce authentification
but bypass it.

> then do a m4 /etc/mail/sendmail.mc > /etc/mail/sendmail.cf

If changes are only made within the access map file then rebuilding of
the sendmail.cf is pointless. It even won't rebuild as there are no
changes in the sendmail.mc.

> then /etc/init.d/sendmail restart

Editing map files does not require a restart of the Sendmail daemon!
Therefor they are hashed. On Fedora a Sendmail service restart too makes
a manual call of m4 unnecessary.

> Don Dupy


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