Re: sendmail and "sender domain must exist" error
From: Timothy Stone (citylists_at_petmystone.com)
Date: Thu, 17 Jun 2004 11:01:54 -0400 To: General Red Hat Linux discussion list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Rodolfo J. Paiz wrote:
> At 07:01 6/17/2004, Timothy Stone wrote:
>> So while our network provider has DNS records for things like www and
>> the "harrisburgpa.gov" record is out there for querying, but "psyche"
>> and "mail" are only known internally.
> Quickest and simplest (and most correct) way is to get your network
> provider to add an A record pointing to your mailserver's IP address,
> and also an MX record directing mail for that domain to your mailserver.
> You do have a public IP address for your mail server, right?
I believe that is my problem. This server is not on the public net here.
It's not a matter of having the network provider adding an MX record, I
can have that done quickly (I'm in charge of that), its that if I add an
MX record it's not going to point to a mail server, and that is
something my network admin won't have/allow, if only for her FUD about
While "harrisburgpa.gov" has a public zone file, it does not have an MX
record or an A record for "mail" or other such name. Only "www" as those
servers are the only ones exposed on the public net.
So, how do I turn sendmail into a relay for outgoing mail? Or whatever
that is called. :)
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