[Greylist-users] Forwaring mail with sendmail. Was: Which

Dennis Wynne DWYNNE at equinoxis.com
Tue Feb 7 17:34:00 PST 2006

Make sure you don't have your domain in the local file "local-host-names"  
(gtlogistics.com ?).  This should be empty, if the server is just going to 
forward mail.

Make sure you do have your domain in the mailertable file in the proper 
format (gtlogistics.com smtp:[mail.gtlogistics.com]

Make sure you restart sendmail after the changes are made and check that the 
mailertable.db file is newer than the mailertable file you edited.

You MAY need to add

gtlogistics.com	RELAY

to the access table as well.  Again, restart sendmail and make sure the 
access.db time is newer than the file time (or the same).


===== Original Message from greylist-users at lists.puremagic.com (Greylisting 
Users and Developers Discuss) at 2/07/06 7:22 pm
>Followed your directions exactly, but my linux server issues a
>"relaying denied" when trying to pass along the mail to my real mail
>from /var/log/maillog
>Feb  7 20:16:33 tools sendmail[1100]: k181GXep001100:
>ruleset=check_rcpt, arg1=<brent.meshier at gtlogistics.com>,
>relay=some.mail.server [], reject=550 5.7.1
><brent.meshier at gtlogistics.com>... Relaying denied
>Feb  7 20:16:33 tools sendmail[1100]: k181GXep001100:
>from=<bmeshier at gmail.com>, size=346, class=0, nrcpts=0, proto=ESMTP,
>daemon=MTA, relay=some.mail.server []
>How would I make this work without making my server an open relay?
>On 2/7/06, Dennis Wynne <DWYNNE at equinoxis.com> wrote:
>> If I can point out a couple of things (there were not obvious to me).
>> You need to edit the sendmail.mc file (in /etc/mail/) and comment out the
>> line that has:
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