On 2007-07-27 09:40, Ernst de Haan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I need a daemon that will accept SMTP connections and will call the
> 'sendmail' command to have them transported. I should be able to
> configure it so it will only accept connections from certain IP
That's precisely the reason why Sendmail exists. Why do you have to use
"something else"? It should be relatively painless to set up Sendmail
to accept incoming email from a specific set of hosts/addresses using
any method you find more convenient:
* Firewall rules which block access to port *:smtp from hosts which
should not be able to access it.
* /etc/hosts.deny controls
* The /etc/mail/access file of Sendmail itself.
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