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Re: unblock port 25



Greetings Mike,

Mike Klinke wrote:

On Wednesday 26 October 2005 15:36, Kostas Sfakiotakis wrote:

The original thought behind the option that you just disabled was
to restrict where the sendmail listened for connections , so that
it wouldn't be an open relay ( relaying , sending emails to the
whole internet for everybody , even spammers ) .  So i guess you
would have to reenable the above option or edit access.db , so
that your sendmail would relay emails
just for you and not for the entire world

By default RH ships sendmail configured with access_db enabled and relaying only allowed by localhost in the /etc/mail/access

I guess that stands for all versions up to Fedora Core 4
including Fedora Core 4 ( am using Fedora Core 1 but
with a self compiled sendmail , so am not  tottaly aware
of what exactly Redhat is doing .


configuration file so this shouldn't be a problem unless a different configuration is being used by him.
Thanks for the correction Mike , no i was assuming that
he was using the default configuration . As i have a
standalone computer the defaults have always been
working nicely.


Regards, Mike Klinke

Regards,
 Kostas Sfakiotakis



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