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Re: xinetd, sendmail easy(?) question



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On Sunday 26 January 2003 03:14 pm, Mark Neidorff wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I'm setting up a new 7.3 system (no updates applied as of yet) while
> still working off of my 6.2 system. 7.3 system is going well except
> that my maillog shows the following (2 examples from the maillog file):
>
> Jan 26 09:26:40 ja sendmail[9407]: h0QEQZI09407: tcpwrappers
> (web14204.mail.yahoo.com, 216.136.172.146) rejection Jan 26 09:26:40 ja
> sendmail[9407]: NOQUEUE: web14204.mail.yahoo.com [216.136.172.146] did
> not issue MAIL/EXPN/VRFY/ETRN during connection to MTA
>
> Jan 26 09:50:58 ja sendmail[9612]: h0QEorI09612: tcpwrappers
> (listman.redhat.com, 66.187.233.211) rejection Jan 26 09:50:58 ja
> sendmail[9612]: NOQUEUE: listman.redhat.com [66.187.233.211] did not
> issue MAIL/EXPN/VRFY/ETRN during connection to MTA
>
> (sorry about not wrapping the log file lines)
>
> Is this rejection related to xinetd (I know it says tcpwrappers, but
> docs seem to point to xinetd)?  How do I fix this problem so that mail
> comes in?

What are the contents of /etc/hosts.allow and /etc/hosts.deny?

Red Hat's sendmail packages are compiled with tcpwrappers enabled.

For example, I have:

$ cat /etc/hosts.deny
ALL: ALL

$ cat /etc/hosts.allow

ALL: 127.0.0.1
sendmail: ALL

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pgp key:  http://www.tuxfan.homeip.net:8080/gpgkey.txt
Red Hat Linux 7.{2,3}|8.0 in 8M of RAM: http://www.rule-project.org/
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