Adam Lofstedt wrote: [ ... ]
Right, I don't care. I just want to get root's emails out of there. Basically I'm trying to send root's emails outbound from the gateway through the internal interface to my internal mail server. The gateway uses my internal name server to resolve names, so nothing should even be going out the external interface of the box.
These two answers suggest that it may be a problem with the local sendmail config, then.Can you telnet internal_mailserver 25?Yes I can telnet to it from the gateway. Definately my internal mail server is not the problem, as it is working normally.Does it work if you turn off NAT and the redirect?Nope. I flushed all the rules, my ipnat.rules in empty and my ipf.rules is pass in all and pass out all.
Can you try making sendmail setuid-root for a bit (and move /etc/mail/submit.cf out of the way, IIRC) to test whether that makes a difference? Or you could cvsup and/or get sendmail-8.12.7 from ftp.sendmail.org and use their "sh ./Build install-set-user-id".
I'm not suggesting you should run setuid-root on a long-term basis, but it would be good to identify or eliminate this as a potential problem. Of course, rebuilding sendmail may be more overhead than it's worth, too.
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