>
> At 05:45 PM 7/30/2008, Andy Christianson wrote:
>
> >
> > Check perms on /var/mail that it is set to 775
> >
> >         -Derek
> >
>
> /var/mail is at 775, so that's not it...
>
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]$ stat /var/mail
> 89 47105 drwxrwxr-x 2 root mail 188185 512 "Jul 30 03:01:51 2008" "Jul 30
> 16:35:18 2008" "Jul 30 16:35:18 2008" "Feb 24 12:49:40 2008" 4096 4 0
> /var/mail
>
>
>
> I would kick up the logging on sendmail to see better what is going on and
> where the failure really is.  You can add:
> -O LogLevel=80
> To your sendmail options in /etc/rc.conf
>
> Since root can send mail but regular users cannot, it sounds like a
> permission problem somewhere.
>
>         -Derek
>
It turns out that FreeBSD wasn't happy with its host name. I changed it to a
host name that resolves properly, and sendmail began to work as expected.

Thanks for looking at this.

-Andy
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