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RE: Mail Virtual Hosting



Thank you.
That seemed to work, but if I put the domains that I'm virtual hosting mail
for in the /etc/mail/local-host-names and when I run Sendmail in test mode
i.e.  Sendmail -bt  then 3,0 test windose com <mailto:test windose com>  is
says delivery: local: test, Yet I want the delivery to be SMTP since I'm
virtual hosting and this mail should then be sent to respective domains when
they login through dial up and issue the ertn mailserver.com.
Also mail is bouncing back to senders when they send to these virtual
domains saying unknown user. e.g. if I send mail to person windose com
<mailto:person windose com>  the message bounces back because Sendmail says
unknown recipient, yet it's suppose to just queue mail for domain windose,
until windose dials up to retrieve all  its mail

How do I setup the above scenario?? Please help me, I plead with you. This
is sort of an ISP situation.
I really appreciate your help.
TIA




	-----Original Message-----
	From:	Christopher McCrory [SMTP:chrismcc pricegrabber com]
	Sent:	Saturday, January 03, 2004 6:43 PM
	To:	psyche-list redhat com
	Subject:	Re: Mail Virtual Hosting

	Hello...


	On Sat, 2004-01-03 at 03:27, Blessing Kamutande wrote:
	> I'm trying to get sendmail 8.12.10 to virtual host mail and when
users send
	> to this virtual host mail they get the following error:
	> ----- The following addresses had permanent fatal errors (reason:
553 5.3.5
	> system config error) ----- Transcript of session follows ----- 
	> 553 5.3.5 redhat9.kamutande.co.zw. config error: mail loops back
to me (MX
	> problem?) 
	> 554 5.3.5 Local configuration error 
	> Please help me
	> 

	Add all the virtual domain names to /etc/mail/local-host-names

	cat /etc/mail/local-host-names
	example.com
	example.net
	foobar.example.org
	...



	> TIA
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