jroach at eastersealsia.org
Thu Aug 4 13:34:47 CDT 2005
Is the mail generated by a web form ? If so, are you getting mail
delivered locally okay?
Easter Seals Iowa
(515) 274-1529 Ext. 276
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From: cialug-bounces at cialug.org [mailto:cialug-bounces at cialug.org] On
Behalf Of n.d
Sent: Thursday, August 04, 2005 1:32 PM
To: Central Iowa Linux Users Group
Subject: Re: [Cialug] sendmail
i have that mx dns stuff taken care of. its just routing the messages is
what i need to do.
David Champion wrote:
> Would you prefer that it didn't even receive any mail in the first
> place? This would be accomplished by adding "MX" records in your DNS
> that just point to the mail server instead of your web server.
> n.d wrote:
>> i want it to send all mail it gets to another server. nondiscriminant
>> is what i'm looking for. i've tried smtp direct delivery and its
>> being stupid for some reason and i'm not in the mood to fix it heh.
>> so i'm going to try sendmail and pray that does that job while i get
>> around to fixing the smtp issue.
>> John Roach wrote:
>>> Yes, Do you just want your server to send it off to a different box
>>> , or do you want to do criteria based filtering? If you are using
>>> Perl or php on your forms, it can output to sendmail for SMTP direct
>>> delivery. If you don't want any other relaying, you can turn off
>>> sendmail and let it be called command line only for outbound.
>>> John Roach
>>> Information Technology
>>> Easter Seals Iowa
>>> (515) 274-1529 Ext. 276
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: cialug-bounces at cialug.org [mailto:cialug-bounces at cialug.org]
>>> On Behalf Of n.d
>>> Sent: Thursday, August 04, 2005 1:01 PM
>>> To: Central Iowa Linux Users Group
>>> Subject: [Cialug] sendmail
>>> is there a way i can use sendmail so it redirects all mail it gets
>>> to a different server?
>>> i want to have all mail traffic generated from my website to get
>>> handled internally and then sent to its final destination. there
>>> will be no incoming connections on this sendmail other than from the
>>> webserver itself. i hope this made sense.
>>> i would look for the answer to this myself, but i really don't even
>>> know what i'm looking for.
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