I am trying to work out how to set up a linux box as a secondary MX server for an other
domain. I am using sendmail and could not find the information on how to do this in the
sendmail faq... even a search on google turned up little. I know that mail is accepted for local
hosts if the domain name is in /etc/sendmail.cw or similar file (on my system this file is called
/etc/mail/local_domains). Is there a similar file for domains for which we are a secondary MX?
Something that I can put in a .mc file? Or do I have to hack the sendmail.cf file and make lots
of changes? I dont want to go near this scary file unless I know what I'm looking for.
Thanks all for any help you can give me,
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