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Linux Mailserver with Sendmail, and DNS

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Okay, I have a server with the name bob.alex.net and I have assigned an aliase for it to be mail.alex.net, but what I really want is mail to be recieved at just alex.net.  What kind of tricks/tables do I do in my Sendmail config and what do I need for my DNS config?
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matpae earned 100 total points
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Hi,
in your sendmail add a entry
Fw/etc/sendmail.cw

Make a file /etc/sendmail.cw and write all hosts and the domain in it, every in a new line. Restart sendmail and must work.

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