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Sendmail----relay to another SMTP server

Posted on 2001-08-08
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  if i want sendmail can send non-local mails to another
SMTP server,how could i setup,changing "Mailer" & define
the responding ruleset? please introduce this to me,thanks
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In /etc/sendmail.cf, look for a line

# "Smart" relay host (may be null)
DS

If you enter the name of the other SMTP server immediately after DS, sendmail will send all non-local emails to that server for relaying.

eg

DSrelay-mailer.yourdomain.com



Vijay
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by:wingboad
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oh,great news,i will try it later,first i'd like to accept
your answer,if i have any question in testing,i will ask yo
u here, :)   thank you
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BTW, could i setup more than one "smart host" to relay mails?
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