On Monday,  3 March 2003 at  9:23:54 +0100, Roger 'Rocky' Vetterberg wrote:
> 
> Kjell wrote:
> >I have a gateway (sexy.la3sg.net) connected to my 
> >ISP through a ADSL line. On my LAN I have a 
> >workstation (tina.la3sg.net) I would like to set up 
> >sendmail so that external mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
> >arrives at user sexy on sexy.la3sg.net, and mail to 
> >[EMAIL PROTECTED] ends up at user tina on box 
> >tina.la3sg.net
> >
> >What works: External mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
> >ends up at user sexy.
> >
> >What does not work: External mail to 
> >[EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED] or 
> >[EMAIL PROTECTED] are all returned to sender with 
> >a message from my ISPs mailer-daemon saying that
> ><[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: host sexy.la3sg.net[217.13.29.172] said: 550 5.7.1
> ><[EMAIL PROTECTED]>... Relaying denied (in reply to RCPT TO command)
> >
> >My config files contains:
> >
> >/etc/mail/access
> >217.13.29.172                   RELAY
> >192.168.1                       RELAY
> >mail.broadpark.no               OK
> >
> >/etc/mail/local-host.names
> >la3sg.net
> >sexy.la3sg.net
> >tina.la3sg.net
> >
> >/etc/mail/virtusertable
> >[EMAIL PROTECTED]                  [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> >[EMAIL PROTECTED]                  [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> >@la3sg.net                      [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> >
> >What am I missing?
> >Kjell
> >
> 
> The name of the config file should be /etc/mail/local-host-names, not 
> /etc/mail/local-host.names
>
Now [EMAIL PROTECTED] works!!!
But [EMAIL PROTECTED] is returned to sender with the message:
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: host sexy.la3sg.net said: 550.1.1
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]>... user unknown
Then I removed the la3sg.net entry from local-host-names, and the message changed to
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]>.. Relaying denied
Kjell
 
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