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Re: [vox-tech] sendmail configuation question


is smtp tcp-wrapped in inetd.conf?


begin eric_cl@pacbell.net <eric_cl@pacbell.net> 
> I have three RedHat 7.3 servers with default sendmail installations which can
> send but not receive email. For each server:
> 1. The registered domain name resolves properly.
> 2. The /etc/services entry shows:
> smtp            25/tcp          mail
> smtp            25/udp          mail
> 3. services sendmail status:
> sendmail (pid 893) is running...
> 4. firewall is off
> 5. Each machine is capable of sending mail.
> 6. telnet <machine> 25:
> Trying <correct address>...
> telnet: connect to address <same correct address>: Connection refused
> I am slowly going through the sendmail documentation, but any pointers by the
> sendmail savvy would be greatly appreciated. I just want to be able to
> receive mail locally (no relay), and in one case, the server will be running
> mailman.
> Suggestions? Anyone know of mini-howto sized documentation?
> Usually a Postfix user,
> Eric

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