OT: Sendmail and Mailertable Problem

William Burns William.Burns at AEROFLEX.COM
Thu Aug 4 23:59:54 IST 2005

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I just found some info on the leading dot thing....
It agrees w/ what you found on the sendmail.org site, but also claims 
that this wildcard syntax only works for resolvable domains.
I.E. this syntax can override "A" or MX records, only if they already exist.
If these sub-domains are not resolvable, then that may be the, or "a" 


Alex Neuman van der Hans wrote:

> William Burns wrote:
>> If you haven't tried Alex's suggestion yet, it'd be a good idea to 
>> run  "strings mailertable.db" to see what you've currently got in 
>> your mailertable.db file.
>> I'm not familiar w/ the wildcard syntax that you appear to be using 
>> in your mailertable entry.
>> For testing purposes, I'd suggest explicitly naming each full 
>> subdomain on the left-hand-side of  your mailertable entry. (w/ no 
>> leading ".")
>> Otherwise, your syntax looks good.
> but in...
> http://www.sendmail.org/m4/mailertables.html
> ... I see a leading dot.

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