On 4/24/07, Dan Busarow <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
On Apr 24, 2007, at 6:09 PM, Schiz0 wrote:
> I'm running 6.2-RELEASE-p3. I'm having some issues configuring
> sendmail. I'm
> new to sendmail, so please bear with me. I've read
> with some docs on sendmail.org. I'm guessing I'm overlooking
> something, or
> missing something completely.
> I'm trying to sent up a sendmail config to send/receive mail
> locally, and
> run smtp. My asdf.mc file is located at: http://pastebin.ca/456745
> and my
> asdf.submit.mc file is at: http://pastebin.ca/456757
> SENDMAIL_MC and SENDMAIL_SUBMIT_MC are set in make.conf to the full
> path to
> those .mc files.
> I also made changes to aliases, access, local-host-names, and
> in the /etc/mail dir.
As a first step change
unless you happen to have created an M4 domain file named
schiz0.securityexploits.com.m4. It is *not* a place you define your
> When I run make in the /etc/mail dir, I get the following error:
> # make
> /usr/sbin/sendmail -bi -OAliasFile=/etc/mail/aliases
> /etc/mail/sendmail.cf: line 279: Unknown address family inet6 in
> *** Error code 70
> Stop in /etc/mail.
> I disabled IPv6 in my kernel config, and I commented out in both
> the normal
> mc file, and the submit file the information for ipv6, so I'm not sure
> what's doing this.
> Thanks in advance! If it wasn't for these mailing lists, I'd be
> back on
> windows :-D
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Thanks! I looked at /usr/share/sendmail/domains and that got it for me. I
misunderstood the DOMAIN() option. Sendmail is now up and running.
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