On Wed, 30 Jul 2008 12:08:11 -0700, Tim Traver <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I know this isn't exactly the right place for a sendmail question, but
> it has to do with the system configuration, and I'm trying to find
> some help to create a relatively simple solution (I think)...
> ok, here is what I want to do, which I have done in the past, but now
> it doesn't seem to be working...
> I simply want any submitted email using sendmail to be relayed to
> another mta for distribution. I want this to happen both from
> submitted mail from the command line, and from any queues, if the mail
> is submitted to the running daemon.

Set the `SMART_HOST' option in your `custom-sendmail.mc' file.  That
should do it.

> I use FreeBSD 7.0, and all of the configuration is in /etc/mail/. From
> what I understand, if I simply set the DS variable to a hostname, it
> is supposed to use that as the smart relay host, but it is not
> working. For some reason, it is ignoring that hostname, and attempting
> to contact the MX record host for the domain name of the machine,
> which is really weird.

You are not manually editing sendmail.cf, right?

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