> Anyway, telnet to your mailserver, port 25, type 'ehlo somedomain.com'<sendmail replies>, type 'mail from:luser at luserdomain.com'<sendmail replies>, type
> 'rcpt to:luser at somewhere.else.com' - if you get a message like 'we do not relay'
> everything is ok (unless you then run linuxconf ;o). If you get a message like
> 'recepient ok....' then you're in trouble - go to ....damn i can't find the link.
There are better ways to check whether your mail server is relaying.
Check out http://maps.vix.com/tsi/ar-test.html.
And 'telnet mail-abuse.org'.
> Here's what I did.....
>> add these lines to your sendmail.cf, (just over 'Special Macros' and just under
> 'CPREDIRECT' in mine) and create (touch) the appropriate files in
Aargh. Don't edit sendmail.cf. Use the m4 config in /usr/lib/sendmail-cf/.
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