Actually, just took a quick look in sendmail.mc and its nearly identical to
the line in the cf file.
Its DAEMON_OPTIONS('Port=smtp,Addr=127.0.0.1, Name=MTA')
and it has some nice comments to help out.
>> By default in Redhat, sendmail only listens on 127.0.0.1.
>> Not sure what to change in m4 files, but its
>> O DaemonPortOptions=Port=smtp,Addr=127.0.0.1, Name=MTA
>> in the sendmail.cf Add copy and paste, adding as many of
> them as you need
> with the appropriate IP address to bind to.
> > Morning all.
> > I'm trying to poke a hole through my Red Hat 7.2 box's
> > firewall so that I
> > can run mailman but I'll be damned if I can manage it. The
> > gnome-lokkit
> > package which Red Hat tells me to use gives me "Unexpected
> > end of file"
> > when it tries to run the mail relay check.
> > I've tried stopping iptables temporarily but to no avail.
> > I can telnet to port 25 locally but if I try to go in either of the
> > network interfaces, I can't.
> > any ideas?
> > johnmc.
> > --
> > . johnmc@ | hyperattractive.net - +1-408-296-0697 (home) .
> > . http:// | johnmc.org - +1-408-386-3549 (cell) .
> > . John McDonnell - http://johnmc.org/john_mcdonnell.html .
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