I am having a problem with sending across the internet to local users on
a sco openserver computer running sendmail 8.8.5 internet faststart and
If the user is defined in the /usr/internet/ip/0.0.0.0/sco_mail passwd
file then the mail is received in the
If the user is not defined in the above password file then lmail bounces
the mail with an unknown user message.
I have DISABLED=0 & SYSTEM_USERS=1 in the config file (which I read to
be: pop mail enabled, use /etc/passwd)
If you mail a local user from the computer (ie mail root) the mail file
is placed into the directory /usr/spool/mail, even if the user has an
entry in /usr/internet/ip/...
The sendmail.cf file is a generic tcp/ip setup without a smart host.
Can you mix local and ip mail together on the same server with virtual
domains ? I desire to send mail to any user from both the inside and
outside to server.
Thanks in advance,