Re: sendmail 8.13.3-3
From: Kevin Mark (kmark_at_pipeline.com)
Date: Sat, 29 Jan 2005 05:53:27 -0500 To: nx13441a <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On Fri, Jan 28, 2005 at 05:32:23PM +0000, nx13441a wrote:
> Hi Kevin,
> I still don't find wath is bad in my sendmail!
> Since is working and it's a prodution box, i dont change nothing!
> Now it's time to upgrade my configuration.
> I'm using /etc/aliases.
> Can i use:
> FEATURE ('access_db'), , 'skip')dnl
> FEATURE ('conncontrol', 'nodelay, 'terminate')dnl
> FEATURE ('ratecontrol', 'nodelay, 'terminate')dnl
> and the aliases?
> Many thanks.
I assume you are connected to an ISP. Is port 25 blocked?
Do you send you mail directly or do you give you mail to your ISP's mail
host? If so, maybe they are getting the mail but blocking it.
I am posting my reply to the mailing list as I alone do not have the
expertise to answer this and the reason people read mailing list is to
allow everyone to know the answer.
> Kevin Mark wrote:
> >On Fri, Jan 28, 2005 at 10:47:44AM +0000, nx13441a wrote:
> >>i' recent upgrade my sendmail, and now when i send a regular local mail
> >>for 39 destinations the mail is accept but never reach the destinations.
> >>I think there's a feature too prevent this, but where is it?
> >>How can i change this?
> >>thanks in advance
> >Hi nx,
> >if someone is to help to get your mail delivered, we have to know what
> >about your mail setup and how do know your mail is not reaching the
> >destination? Are you getting errors? what are they!
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