Hi Martin

Martin Hudec (webmail) wrote:

Hi Remko,

i tried that too.. but no success :(.
-rw-r--r--  1 root  wheel  65536 Mar 24 12:25 aliases.db

anyway thanks :)

I think i found the issue:

Mar 24 12:25:19 pleiades sendmail[7597]: alias database /etc/mail/aliases
rebuilt by corwin
Mar 24 12:25:19 pleiades sendmail[7597]: /etc/mail/aliases: 25 aliases,
longest 10 bytes, 256 bytes total
Mar 24 12:25:22 pleiades postfix/postfix-script: starting the Postfix mail system
Mar 24 12:25:22 pleiades postfix/master[7643]: daemon started -- version 2.0.19
Mar 24 12:25:32 pleiades postfix/smtpd[7648]: fatal: open database
/etc/aliases.db: Invalid argument

U use newaliases in the sendmail package to re-generate the database {right?}.

To my best knowledge postfix uses postmap... /usr/local/sbin/postmap (or whereever your postmap command is located) /path/to/aliases, perhaps it can open it after that action...


Kind regards,

Remko Lodder
www.mostly-harmless.nl Dutch community for helping newcomers on the hackerscene

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