sendmail prob's

sendmail prob's

Post by Brad Waug » Thu, 23 Nov 2000 04:00:00



I have sendmail-8.8.5-4 running on RedHat (Kernel 2.0.32).

I can send mail ok from a client on one IP range but not on another.

Both IP ranges are listed in the /etc/mail/access file.

On another server running sendmail-8.9.3-20 I can send out on both IP ranges
ok.

What am I missing here???

Brad

 
 
 

sendmail prob's

Post by Brad Waug » Thu, 23 Nov 2000 04:00:00


Just to clarify, I am trying to send from the same client machine just
changing the IP address.
Also, the error I'm getting is a relay denied.


Quote:> I have sendmail-8.8.5-4 running on RedHat (Kernel 2.0.32).

> I can send mail ok from a client on one IP range but not on another.

> Both IP ranges are listed in the /etc/mail/access file.

> On another server running sendmail-8.9.3-20 I can send out on both IP
ranges
> ok.

> What am I missing here???

> Brad


 
 
 

sendmail prob's

Post by Ron » Thu, 23 Nov 2000 04:00:00


You will need to add the other ip address to the ip_allow file, this
should stop the relaying denied problem

Ron.



Quote:>I have sendmail-8.8.5-4 running on RedHat (Kernel 2.0.32).

>I can send mail ok from a client on one IP range but not on another.

>Both IP ranges are listed in the /etc/mail/access file.

>On another server running sendmail-8.9.3-20 I can send out on both IP ranges
>ok.

>What am I missing here???

>Brad

 
 
 

sendmail prob's

Post by Suppor » Fri, 24 Nov 2000 04:00:00


What do you have in the sendmail.cw file
"Your Server Name"

David


> Just to clarify, I am trying to send from the same client machine just
> changing the IP address.
> Also, the error I'm getting is a relay denied.



> > I have sendmail-8.8.5-4 running on RedHat (Kernel 2.0.32).

> > I can send mail ok from a client on one IP range but not on another.

> > Both IP ranges are listed in the /etc/mail/access file.

> > On another server running sendmail-8.9.3-20 I can send out on both IP
> ranges
> > ok.

> > What am I missing here???

> > Brad

 
 
 

sendmail prob's

Post by Brad Waug » Sat, 25 Nov 2000 14:04:26


Thanks for your reply.

I ended up "biting the bullet" & rebuilding from scratch & the problem's
magically disappeared ;-)

Brad


> What do you have in the sendmail.cw file
> "Your Server Name"

> David



> > Just to clarify, I am trying to send from the same client machine just
> > changing the IP address.
> > Also, the error I'm getting is a relay denied.



> > > I have sendmail-8.8.5-4 running on RedHat (Kernel 2.0.32).

> > > I can send mail ok from a client on one IP range but not on another.

> > > Both IP ranges are listed in the /etc/mail/access file.

> > > On another server running sendmail-8.9.3-20 I can send out on both IP
> > ranges
> > > ok.

> > > What am I missing here???

> > > Brad

 
 
 

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