On Fri, 5 May 2000, Kenn Humborg wrote:
> Incoming message (from either direction) are received and
> forwarded to a special mailer (via a wildcard mailertable
> entry) which is a shell script that receives the original
> sender and recipients as arguments and the message itself
> on stdin. If the message scans OK it is re-submitted to
> sendmail (specifying a different sendmail.cf file) that
> sends it on its merry way as normal.
uhmm.. why the mailertable? why did you take that aproach as opposed to
replacing the local mailer as it says in the install notes? (just curious)
thanks for the review..
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