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Can't send mail from 95 wks

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I'm running a server under Red Hat 5.2 and with Sendmail 8.9.1. From the server, i can send and recieve mail to internet or intranet.
But from 95 station, i can't send mail to intranet. but i can receive mail from internet.

When I tried to send a mail, i got an error telling me that
it can't relay the mail to the host (it was caramail; my account for e-mail test :)  )

Any idea would be welcome.
I must admit that it's my first time as an admin and you can consider me as a newbie .
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by:kathotia
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It seems that the relayhost setting in your sendmail configuration file is not setup properly

Edit the file /etc/sendmail.cf

find the entry #DSyourrelayhost

edit this entry by removing the # sign and putting your ISP's mail host name in place of yourrelayhost after DS

Restart sendmail and you are done



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by:jacoby
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Thanks Kathotia, but i haven't any #DSyourrelayhost entry
The Only entry that contains relay is
# "Smart" relay host (may be null) . I tried to put mail host name here but it changed nothing ?
The exactly error is : (from SMTP) 551 we could not relay

If i have to add an entry in /etc/sendmail.cf, please just tell me what to put exactly and where?

Thanks.
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If you do not have the entry as stated earlier go ahead and add it and try
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by:jacoby
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Great. I don't know what was wrong the first time i tried cause i changed /etc/hosts  /etc/networks ... since your first answer, but now, it works.

Thanks

Fred.
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