2007/6/19, Agus <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
2007/6/18, Jonathan Horne <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> On Monday 18 June 2007 09:57:27 Agus wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I am having trouble with my mail....I only want it configured to
> > locally, which in one of my bsd did it by default...but in this bsd i
> > gettint messages deferred...
> > Connection refused by himalaya.x.x which is my router. It seems like
> > sendmail is trying to relay it to my router...but is local mail....
> > any help will be great...
> > my rc.conf doesnt mention sendmail...
> > ps shows sendmail running...
> > and messages to root for example get stuck in queue with deferred,
> > connect himalaya...
> > thankss
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> if you do a 'host [yourdomain]', what does it say your MX record
> is. you need
> this server to be able to find "itself" as the MX for the domain,
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OK....I see where you are going...great tip, thank you very much....
As i have dynamic IP i have zoneedit as my DNS and mail....
How can i add myself as MX? can i do it in my bsd or i have to change my
OK....thanks to Jonathan i started changing config and saw that /etc/hosts
So when i tried to send mails to localusers i got them stuck in queue with
Now i changed my /etc/hosts to this:
and thats it....
Now it works....
Is this ok?
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