I'm tring to setup a "hop" situation, with Linux hooked up
directly to the internet and an external site needing mail feed.
I would like to set it up so that I can mail anyone on the Internet
from this external site. (Which this seems to work OK) It's just the
backwards part. It won't detect a UUCP site in my path name.
That's problem Number one.
Number two: Whenever I mail someone that is not DIRECTLY CONNECTED
to the internet, it floats off to space, never getting to it's destination.
(When I say this, I mean someone else on the Internet who is a host for
another site via UUCP) For instance dragonbbs.com is a site I'm trying
to mail to. I know it's valid because I can do a 'whois' on it. But if
I can't use my site as a UUCP host to other sites, and I can't mail to other
sites who are clients of a host doing UUCP to there machines.
I heard that it is an MX record situation, but What does that mean for me?
I don't know how to fiddle with that in the source code, nor do I know how to
make it work with the routers file.
Is there anybody out there Intelligent enough to rescue me? Who will save the
Truly an UNDERDOG.