>My guess is that DNS was propagated and now athome.net is in the maps of
>the DNS server you query.
Probably. But (from orig post):
Domain Name: ATHOME.NET
Updated Date: 02-apr-2007
Creation Date: 30-nov-1999
Expiration Date: 30-nov-2015
whois shows an update yesterday and creation 8-years ago.
Presumably, something happened based on the update...
>Just change your /etc/hosts file, you can use a domain suffix that does not
>exist for instance.
Yes -- that works. I'd changed .net to .nzt and localhost works again.
I've spent the last couple hours trying to get sendmail to not do a DNS for
specified-local addresses. Lots of google-info, but none that directly works.
Much to be assimilated -- I'm pretty sure there's a sendmail solution too.
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