Derek Ragona wrote:
> Don't build them there. There are sample .mc files and a make file in
> /etc/mail. You will find one you can copy for your system, and make
> whatever customizations you need. There is also one for the submit.mc
Good suggestion, but I think that the fact that there's an extremely
well written (meaning quite well commented, with perfect targets)
Makefile, which will perform, for the user who might be innocent of
sendmail, all of the more difficult bits. The Makefile is in
/etc/mail/Makefile, and watchig it in action will show users how to do
those things they might be unaware of. Probably ought to read the
README in that directory, also.
> At 06:01 PM 3/18/2007, Bob Applegate wrote:
>> I'm trying to figure out how to build sendmail.cf from
>> the m4 files. The instructions located in
>> /usr/src/contrib/sendmail/cf/README are a bit vague.
>> Can someone give me the secret recipe for doing this?
>> I've always hand-edited the sendmail.cf file, but doing
>> the work with macros looks so much easier. I just need
>> to find out how to properly do it.
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