Disabling inbound email in a jail

2009-02-27 Thread Kirk Strauser
I only want sendmail in a jail to do one thing: forward nightly reports from r...@localhost to a real account on another machine. What's the proper way to configure this? By default, sendmail_enable=NO in /etc/rc.conf still gives a running sendmail that accepts mail from other hosts:

Re: Disabling inbound email in a jail

2009-02-27 Thread Janos Dohanics
On Friday 27 February 2009 10:49:22 am Kirk Strauser wrote: I only want sendmail in a jail to do one thing: forward nightly reports from r...@localhost to a real account on another machine. What's the proper way to configure this? By default, sendmail_enable=NO in /etc/rc.conf still gives a

Re: Disabling inbound email in a jail

2009-02-27 Thread Matthew Seaman
Kirk Strauser wrote: I only want sendmail in a jail to do one thing: forward nightly reports from r...@localhost to a real account on another machine. What's the proper way to configure this? By default, sendmail_enable=NO in /etc/rc.conf still gives a running sendmail that accepts mail from

Re: Disabling inbound email in a jail

2009-02-27 Thread Mikhail Goriachev
Kirk Strauser wrote: I only want sendmail in a jail to do one thing: forward nightly reports from r...@localhost to a real account on another machine. What's the proper way to configure this? Edit /etc/mail/aliases. All reports are pointed to root. But you can point it anywhere you want: