MailScanner configuration/installation question
christoph at geisterstunde.org
Sun Nov 16 15:48:13 GMT 2003
Am Sonntag, 16. November 2003 13:47 schrieb Julian Field:
> Have you changed your sendmail.cf file *at all*?
> If so, undo the changes.
No I haven't changed it in any way...
> At 12:28 16/11/2003, you wrote:
> >I'm very new to the MailScanner and just installed it on a RedHat 7.2
> > system that I administer for my work (a non profit organization). Just
> > recently we decided to create a lot of mailing lists and create accounts
> > for people in order for them to use e-mail. The server uses sendmail as
> > it's MTA. I have installed the latest MailScanner 4.24-5 for RedHat as an
> > RPM Version and configured all sorts of things. As it seemed the
> > MailScanner scanned the incoming mails that went over the mailing lists
> > and sent them on to the recipients of the mailing lists.
> >However it was not possible for the "normal" users that used the machine
> > to e-mail to send emails from the server (either using a Squirrelmail
> > that I have installed on the system or from the outside). The server
> > accepted the mail without problems but the receivers never got the
> > e-mail.
> >As it turned out after some nerve wreaking days of configuring and
> > receiving e-mails from the users that if I turned off the MailScanner
> > service (service MailScanner stop) and only turned on sendmail (service
> > sendmail start) it would work perfectly (well, not perfect for me since
> > the MailScanner was not involved in this).
> >Any help would be greatly appreciated 'cause I think the MailScanner is a
> >software of enormous potential!
> >There was a young girl from Hong Kong
> >Whose cervical cap was a gong.
> > She said with a yell,
> > As a shot rang her bell,
> >"I'll give you a ding for a dong!"
> Julian Field
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