> In the default sendmail config, the corresponding file is called
> "sendmail.cR" - look in your sendmail.cf file for a line like:
>> (or any line beginning with "FR"), which should tell you where this
> file is meant to live.
On recent sendmails, it's actually called "relay-domains", not
"sendmail.cR" - look in /etc/mail for these files. My sendmail config
is so perverse these days that I've forgotten what the defaults were.
Apologies for any confusion.
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