setting up mail and/or sendmail to use third party SMTP gateway.
timothy.selivanow at virtualxistenz.com
Wed Feb 6 19:41:12 UTC 2008
On Wed, 2008-02-06 at 14:28 -0500, RThimble at century-bank.com wrote:
> I have been getting bogged down and confused with the documentation on
> setting up mail to send to a SMTP gateway. The problem is there is no
> internal MX record(s) in DNS and we will not be adding any. I want to send
> output to my corporate email account from our snort sensors when rules
> are changed through oinkmaster. Any ideas on where I can start would be
> Thank you
> Richard Thimble
> Century Bank
> 400 Mystic Avenue
> Medford, MA 02155
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> Email: rthimble at century-bank.com
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If you aren't opposed to using Postfix, I'd recommend that as the
configuration makes more sense than Sendmail IMO. In Postfix, you'd
just add a line that says:
relayhost = [IP or FQDN of relay host]
In fact, that is already in the shipped main.cf just commented out (very
verbose default config file).
A *long* time ago I looked at Sendmail initially, but we use Postfix at
work so when I started to ask questions about Sendmail everyone said to
use Postfix...or to always have FQDN (and reverse) for everything, that
way it magically Just Works (TM).
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\ -- Alan Perlis /
.( o ).
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