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Re: mails VIA specific mailhost




You probably want some sort of sendmail null client configuration. This will not deliver mail locally and only relay through the 'smarthost'.

On postfix you can also specify a relay host and also disable local delivery if you wish.

John

On Mon, 27 Feb 2006, Opesh Alkara wrote:

*OS: RHEL 3.0*
*RUNLEVEL: 3 (command line)*

I have secure a system which has permissions to send mails only through a
particular mail host, due to which mail command fails to work.

I would like to know is there any command based tool that I can use to send
logs of my monitoring scripts VIA a specified MailHost...I see there is a
command where I can specify my default mail client, outgoin server et...but
I don't know how to change these values....

Any ideas/pointers are appreciated..thanks even for giving a try...


[root devel etc]# mailsettings
[Defaults]
Profile=Default
[PROFILE_Default]
EmailAddress=root devel
*EmailClient=/usr/bin/mutt*
FullName=root
IncomingServer=/var/mail/root
IncomingServerType=localbox
OutgoingCommand=/usr/sbin/sendmail
*OutgoingServerType=local*
TerminalClient=true
[root devel etc]#
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