Re: Sendmail local LAN delivery

2008-07-27 Thread Bruno Joho
Hi Derek thanks for the reply. My intention was to deliver the mails between the workstations on the LAN directly. Every Workstation on the LAN would have an appropriate cf file which forwards mails with a destination on the WAN - to the WAN-Smarthost, any mail going to a destination from inside

Re: {Spam?} Re: Sendmail local LAN delivery

2008-07-27 Thread Derek Ragona
At 03:49 PM 7/27/2008, Bruno Joho wrote: Hi Derek thanks for the reply. My intention was to deliver the mails between the workstations on the LAN directly. Every Workstation on the LAN would have an appropriate cf file which forwards mails with a destination on the WAN - to the WAN-Smarthost,

Sendmail local LAN delivery

2008-07-24 Thread Bruno Joho
Hi folks we have a inside the Lab (Class B Net, eg: bnet.ourdomain.com) several workstations (eg: host1.intra015.bnet.ourdomain.com) in different Class C Net (eg.intra015.bnet.ourdomain.com). There is a Mail Hub outside the Class B Net which communicates with the Internet and delivers the mails

Re: Sendmail local LAN delivery

2008-07-24 Thread Derek Ragona
At 06:30 AM 7/24/2008, Bruno Joho wrote: Hi folks we have a inside the Lab (Class B Net, eg: bnet.ourdomain.com) several workstations (eg: host1.intra015.bnet.ourdomain.com) in different Class C Net (eg.intra015.bnet.ourdomain.com). There is a Mail Hub outside the Class B Net which communicates

sendmail on lan

2004-05-14 Thread Vulpes Velox
How do I get sendmail to work on the lan? How do I stop all mail errors from piling up so I can get the daily run and security check out put messages? example... from one entitled Returned Mail: see transcript for details The original message was received at Fri, 14 May 2004 10:00:00 -0500

Re: sendmail on lan

2004-05-14 Thread Charles Swiger
On May 14, 2004, at 11:34 AM, Vulpes Velox wrote: How do I get sendmail to work on the lan? The easiest way to get sendmail to work properly on your LAN is to configure DNS for the local machines. It's also possible to configure sendmail with the nocanonify FEATURE and configure mail routing

Re: sendmail on lan

2004-05-14 Thread Vulpes Velox
On Fri, 14 May 2004 17:43:31 -0400 Charles Swiger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On May 14, 2004, at 11:34 AM, Vulpes Velox wrote: How do I get sendmail to work on the lan? The easiest way to get sendmail to work properly on your LAN is to configure DNS for the local machines. It's also

Re: sendmail on lan

2004-05-14 Thread Charles Swiger
On May 14, 2004, at 4:59 PM, Vulpes Velox wrote: The topic and from and to are... From: kit [EMAIL PROTECTED]gateway hostname To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]gateway hostname Subject: v42.gateway hostname 05/14/04:14.00 system check Not really sure if this is a sendmail problem or not here... :/ BTW know of

Re: OT : problems accessing sendmail from LAN

2003-11-17 Thread Lowell Gilbert
faisal gillani [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Well i have a PC running sendmail pop3 deamon . when i try to access sendmail pop3 services from locally on the same pci am sucessful . but when i try to access smtp services of sendmail from over lan i can find it .. i mean the PC dont have any

Re: OT : problems accessing sendmail from LAN

2003-11-17 Thread Ed Budd
of sendmail from over lan i can find it .. i mean the PC dont have any firewall installed .. Are you *sure* there's no firewall running on that machine? when i port scan it from network i can see pop3 port open but sendmail smtp port isnt open .. what can be wrong ? i dont

Re: OT : problems accessing sendmail from LAN

2003-11-16 Thread faisal gillani
on the same pci am sucessful . but when i try to access smtp services of sendmail from over lan i can find it .. i mean the PC dont have any firewall installed .. Are you *sure* there's no firewall running on that machine? when i port scan it from network i can see pop3 port open

OT : problems accessing sendmail from LAN

2003-11-15 Thread faisal gillani
Well i have a PC running sendmail pop3 deamon . when i try to access sendmail pop3 services from locally on the same pci am sucessful . but when i try to access smtp services of sendmail from over lan i can find it .. i mean the PC dont have any firewall installed .. when i port scan it from