rcv via UUCP, send via smtp ?

rcv via UUCP, send via smtp ?

Post by Mathias Koerb » Thu, 06 Oct 1994 12:59:19


I am running sendmail 8.6.9 in a small domain, We have a few machines that
connect to us infrequently via uucp, and deliver mail. They are also
reachable (via a convoluted path) over internet, but one which is
guaranteed to work better than waiting for them to connect to us again.

Now, if I receive mail from one such machine (call it a), via a
dircet uucp connection, I'd like to be able to turn all
answers etc to use another path:

What would be the best way to make sendmail rewrite all addresses of the

into the above specimen?

any hints welcome
Mathias Koerber                                      Tel: +65 / 778 00 66 x 29
SW International Systems Pte Ltd                          Fax: +65 / 777 94 01

S'pore 0511       <A HREF=http://www.swi.com.sg/public/personal/mk.html>MK</A>
Democracy is four wolves and one lamb voting on what to have for lunch
                                                                - ??


1. Can′t send via ISDNt send via ISDN, just receive

I use Eudora light 1.5.4 and I have a personal mailbox, a dial-up account, =

with a modem that works just fine at home.
However, when at work I=B4m just able to check and receive new mail - not =

send any!
At work I use Ethernet, Open transport 1.1, Mac 7500, 7.5.3 and an ISDN =

I never get any error numbers, it just stops on "Preparing to transfer".

Can anyone help me configure the settings to make it work?

Bjorn Holm, Stockholm, Sweden

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