2008/1/23, Zbigniew Szalbot <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
>
> Hello,
>
> 2008/1/23, Rob <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> > Agus wrote:
> > > Just trying to make sendmail work locally only.....And by that i mean,
> i
> > > dont want sendmail to be able to relay or send mail to any other
> machine
> > > except for localhost....
> >
> > I like to avoid sendmail all together.
> >
> > Install ports/mail/ssmtp
> >
> > Turn off sendmail:
> > sendmail_enable="NONE"          # Run the sendmail inbound daemon
> (YES/NO/NONE).
> > sendmail_outbound_enable="NO"   # Dequeue stuck mail (YES/NO).
> > sendmail_submit_enable="NO"     # Start a localhost-only MTA for mail
> submission
> >
> > >From pkg-descr:
> > "A secure, effective and simple way of getting mail off a system to your
> > mail hub. It contains no suid-binaries or other dangerous things - no
> mail
> > spool to poke around in, and no daemons running in the background. Mail
> is
> > simply forwarded to the configured mailhost. Extremely easy
> configuration.
> >
> > WARNING: the above is all it does; it does not receive mail, expand
> aliases
> > or manage a queue. That belongs on a mail hub with a system
> administrator.
> >
> > WWW: http://packages.debian.org/testing/mail/ssmtp.html
>
> But this is not what OP has asked for!
>
> Zbigniew Szalbot
>


Right, this seems to be pretty cool if you want to relay mail with just four
lines...but i want to deliver locally only...
I think i will go like Mathew says...

Cheers,
Agustin
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