On Wed, 26 May 2004 12:18:36 -0500, Darryl Hoar wrote: > I have djbdns installed and working. I have been using DNS > on my LAN and having it resolve the names for my local machines. > It forwards any unresolved to my ISP's dns server.
Detail your setup further. > Recently, I have installed qmail on my LAN for internal email. > I used the ./add-mx to add a mx record for my machine which > is running qmail. > > the mx record in the data file looks like: > @osborneindustries.com:192.168.1.89:a::86400 > > If I send test mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED], it gets forwarded to > my ISP's email server. If I send email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] > (name of my qmail server), it gets delivered just fine. > > How do I get my mx record setup so that [EMAIL PROTECTED] gets > delivered to mail.osborneindustries.com ? qmail is going to the root servers to look for you mx, and thus finds your isp's. You have to use a split-horizon setup for that. > here are a couple of tests that I ran: [...] please run from inside your lan dnsqr mx osborneindustries.com qvb -- pica _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"