: I am looking for a way to set up our sendmail server to accept mail for
: a server that is down at another location. And then once that server is
: back online, I want all the mail that we qued forwarded to the correct
: mail server.
has the dialup-server a dynamic or resistance ip ?
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Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/Quote:> I am looking for a way to set up our sendmail server to accept mail
> a server that is down at another location. And then once that server
> back online, I want all the mail that we qued forwarded to the correct
> mail server.
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I host a virtual domain that wants to use an off-site mail server.
The problem is: Mail originating from this physical host to
fails if not -- it never tries the remote mail server.
Mail from outside this physical host gets delivered to the remote mail
I entered the following in the my_virt_domain.com DNS as prescribed by the
other mail server:
my_virt_domain.com. IN MX 0 sitemail.everyone.net.
freemail.my_virt_domain.com. IN CNAME siteurl.everyone.net.
I've removed my_virt_domain.com from:
/etc/sendmail.cw, /etc/mail/virtusertable, /etc/mail/access, /etc/aliases;
Still it delivers locally.
I'm wondering if sendmail is looking up the IP to see if it is local, then
since my_virt_domain.com and localhost share the same MAC address, it
Or is it something else entirely.