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#1: Accepting emails locally for domains that are not in the hosts file

Posted on 2008-04-21 20:24:46 by blwegrzyn

Hello,

I am using the default configuration that came with fedora4.
I would like to be able to accept emails from outside for domains that
are not specified in the hosts file.
Currently i must put this in the hosts file:
127.0.0.1 domainname.com where domainname.com is the domain I want to
receive the mail for.
If I don't specify that I receive relaying denied error.
If I allow relaying, the email will go to domainname.com which I don't
know to be send to.(assuiming it is configured somewhere) I want the
email to be delivered locally.
Is it possible to set above without putting any references to
domainname.com in hosts file?

thx

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#2: Re: Accepting emails locally for domains that are not in the hostsfile

Posted on 2008-04-21 22:10:04 by Hans-Peter Sauer

blwegrzyn@gmail.com unleashed the infinite monkeys on 21/04/2008 19:24
producing:
> Hello,
>
> I am using the default configuration that came with fedora4.
> I would like to be able to accept emails from outside for domains that
> are not specified in the hosts file.
> Currently i must put this in the hosts file:
> 127.0.0.1 domainname.com where domainname.com is the domain I want to
> receive the mail for.
> If I don't specify that I receive relaying denied error.
> If I allow relaying, the email will go to domainname.com which I don't
> know to be send to.(assuiming it is configured somewhere) I want the
> email to be delivered locally.
> Is it possible to set above without putting any references to
> domainname.com in hosts file?

Take a look at the feature 'use_cw_file', this lists all the domains or
host names that are to be treated as local.

--
Rob MacGregor (BOFH)

Rule 37: "There is no 'overkill'. There is only 'open fire'
and 'I need to reload.'"

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#3: Re: Accepting emails locally for domains that are not in the hosts

Posted on 2008-04-22 07:04:48 by blwegrzyn

On Apr 21, 3:10 pm, Rob MacGregor <m...@privacy.net> wrote:
> blwegr...@gmail.com unleashed the infinite monkeys on 21/04/2008 19:24
> producing:
>
> > Hello,
>
> > I am using the default configuration that came with fedora4.
> > I would like to be able to accept emails from outside for domains that
> > are not specified in the hosts file.
> > Currently i must put this in the hosts file:
> > 127.0.0.1 domainname.com where domainname.com is the domain I want to
> > receive the mail for.
> > If I don't specify that I receive relaying denied error.
> > If I allow relaying, the email will go to domainname.com which I don't
> > know to be send to.(assuiming it is configured somewhere) I want the
> > email to be delivered locally.
> > Is it possible to set above without putting any references to
> > domainname.com in hosts file?
>
> Take a look at the feature 'use_cw_file', this lists all the domains or
> host names that are to be treated as local.
>
> --
> Rob MacGregor (BOFH)
>
> Rule 37: "There is no 'overkill'. There is only 'open fire'
> and 'I need to reload.'"

it did the trick thx

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