At 01:45 PM 12.8.2007 -0800, jekillen wrote: > >On Dec 8, 2007, at 12:21 PM, Christian Walther wrote: > >> Hi, >> >> On 08/12/2007, jekillen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: >>> Hello: >>> I am using Absolute BSD, Second Ed. >>> and am looking in the section on Sendmail. >>> I cannot find where to specify a relay host. >>> I have a hosts that originate mail to remote >>> recipients but use a mail hub (Postfix) on >>> another machine on local network to >>> relay this mail to the outside. It is not spam. >>> These messages will be used to verify web >>> client supplied e-mail addresses. >>> Thank you in advance; >>> Jeff K >>> >> >> you can specify a smart host in sendmail.mc (or the mc-file created >> for your host). The macro you need is already in there, you just need >> to uncomment it. It's something like: >> >> dnl Dialup users should uncomment and define this appropriately >> define(`SMART_HOST', `your.relay.host') >> >This looks like it is for dial up modem connection to an isp's mail >servers. >But I do not see why it would not work for a relay host on the local >network. >I have static ip addresses on DSL service. I will have to refresh my >memory >on what is a smart host. This relay host would also relay the response >to an >email verification message back to the originating host. And I am >guessing >that would be a virtual domain alias in the relay host. I am learning >as I go >along. >Thank you for your help. Much appreciated >Jeff K >
Consider using the mailertable for this. There is a sample file in /etc/mail. (^_^) Happy trails, Jack L. Stone System Admin Sage-american _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"