On 2006-10-19 12:38, Gary Kline <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>On Wed, Oct 18, 2006 at 05:22:44PM -0700, Chuck Swiger wrote:
>> You can override MX prioritization by using a mailertable.
>> But you will need to list IP addresses in square brackets to disable
>> MX lookups and force other MX hosts to relay mail to where-ever you
>> want. Therefore, the simple answer is to make sure that the final
>> destination for email to your domain is listed as the highest-
>> priority MX record (ie, lowest numeric MX value).
>> And you will either need to masquarade for your domain, or you will
>> need to list all of the hostnames for which email is being addressed
>> to in class w (aka /etc/mail/local-host-names) on the mailserver
>> which performs local delivery....
> Solunds like a win.. hopefully. Can you sent me the mailtable
> that I might use to have "[EMAIL PROTECTED]" goto zen.thought.org
> and [EMAIL PROTECTED] be forwarded to ns1.thought.org, and
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] be sent to ethos.thought.org? I see an
> example as the equivalent of 10K words.
I'll let Chuck write what he had in mind :)
> Is there ay way of testing this after I have set up my table
> entries? In other words, how do I re-initialize things without
> having to (ugh) *reboot*.
If you modify `mailertable' in `/etc/mail', you should be able to run:
# cd /etc/mail
# make mailertable.db
to update it. A reboot is not necessary for Sendmail changes.
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