On Tue, Jan 06, 2004 at 07:59:38AM -0700, Emmanuel Gravel wrote:
> I'm looking for a way to entirely remove an MTA from a box and forward
> everything to another host. I've found the /etc/mail/aliases file and
> saw that I could configure it so that root would point to something
> else, so that's half the battle, possibly. Once that's done, however, is
> it simply a matter of setting sendmail_enable="NONE" in /etc/rc.conf to
> disable sendmail, or is there more I could/should do, to still keep
> having the cron job outputs sent to the place I'd specify in
> /etc/mail/aliases?
> I mostly don't want the daemon running, but still want access to my
> email.

This is starting to turn into a FAQ.  Here's an answer I gave earlier:




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