Antwort: Re: relay to another mail server
s.effertz at JOLA.DE
Wed Dec 12 15:35:40 GMT 2001
> Well, assuming that you mean *only* disinfected mail, not including
"normal" mail, you may be able to hack something up by getting
mailscanner-generated messages routed differently to normal ones.
I mean all incoming mail that has been scanned, and placed in a queue.
What I want to do pass all the mail onto another server, for delivery to
the clients using either pop or webmail.
The sendmail feature you are looking for is called mailtertable. Check for
FEATURE(mailertable) in your m4 file (generating sendmail.cf) and look at
This is an example /etc/mail/mailertable. It routes all mail to domain.com
to the server at 192.168.1.123. Don't forget to run makemap after all
# /etc/mailertable - special handling for hosts or domains
# makemap hash /etc/mail/mailertable.db < /etc/mail/mailertable
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