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How to prevent SENDMAIL to send mail out of the system

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Hi gurus


I like to prevent sending mail to any else system but the localhost. I'm running a program on the REDHAT 3.0 server which uses sendmail to send mail to users how are using that program. But I don't wan't them to be able to send mail out of the server.

Thanks advance
-Jussi
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Question by:salmjuh
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    Hi salmjuh,
    http://www.sendmail.org/~ca/email/restrict.html

    Should work fine.

    Cheers!
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    by:salmjuh
    Hi

    Is there easyer way ? This looks too hard for me.


    - Jussi
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