Bjorn Boulder wrote:
Here is what I want:
1. I want to send mail
2. I don't want to receive mail from the outside
3. I do want to receive mail from the box itself.
The default Sendmail configuration on FreeBSD should be
sufficient for what you want to do. You just need to start Sendmail the
Make sure you have the following in /etc/rc.conf:
Then give this command:
Now sendmail should start up, listening on loopback interface only. You can
verify this with command:
Among the output you should see this line:
root sendmail 562 4 tcp4 127.0.0.1:25 *:*
telnet localhost 25
and make sure you get connected.
telnet yourserver 25
from another host and make sure you don't get connected.
I have one web server (FreeBSD 5.5) with sendmail set up this way.
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