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Forgot a step

09/16/05

  07:32:41 am, by The Dreamer   , 162 words  
Categories: Software, Computer

Forgot a step

This morning when I was checking my logs, I discovered I forgot an important step.

Reenable sendmail. Especially since the box also serves as internal mail server (things like having DVArchive email upcoming shows, stuff like that).

I could have these go to my outside account, but the outside accounts wouldn't accept mail delivered by my Linux boxes (and I'm not really sure where the bounce/rejections are going).

I suppose I could've tied my internal machines to one of the domain names I have registered, etc....but I kind of missed that with the overlap of email accounts that I have under those domains and the accounts I use on my machines.

Kind of wierd having to create a symbolic link of /usr/sbin/sendmail to /etc/alternative/mta, especially since /etc/alternative/mta is just a symbolic link to /usr/sbin/sendmail.sendmail :!: But, RedHat 7.3 did it this way for some reason...though the yum upgrade doesn't catch it correctly.

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