> On 2007/02/07 9:33, Doug Sampson seems to have typed: > > Nice to know this. However, I still would like to fix the > issue with the > > /etc/aliases not being used to translate any mail sent to root to an > > alternate email address. If anyone knows a cure to this, > I'd be grateful. > > Thanks. > > I believe that sendmail wants /etc/mail/aliases.db not /etc/aliases. > You can remake your aliases.db by: > cd /etc/mail > make maps > Does not seem to do the trick.
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