Hi folks we have a inside the Lab (Class B Net, eg: bnet.ourdomain.com) several workstations (eg: host1.intra015.bnet.ourdomain.com) in different Class C Net (eg.intra015.bnet.ourdomain.com). There is a Mail Hub outside the Class B Net which communicates with the Internet and delivers the mails sent by the workstations. All workstations have a "Smarthost" entry in the cf file. Incoming mails are collected by the mailhub, which provides IMAP and POP access for all workstations. No mail coming from the Internet will be delivered directly to the workstations. Everything works fine, exept one (small) problem. How can I configure the sendmal.cf from the local workstations to send the mail addressed to a neighbour workstation (eg. from host1.intra015.bnet.ourdomain.com to host2.intra016.bnet.ourdomain.com) directly. Sending it to the mailhub and then sending it back to the Intranet is no option due to firewall restrictions.
I apreciate any help, thanks Bruno _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"