Sendmail: Could not send message: Broken pipe

Posted on 2007-07-30
Last Modified: 2013-12-16

I'm running a fresh install of Ubuntu 7.04, and trying to make evolution send email with sendmail (to avoid using an smtp server), however whenever i send i get

        Error while performing operation.

        Could not send message: Broken pipe

Any ideas why sendmail is saying this?
Question by:static-void
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    is sendmail running? did you customized anything in the before starting the sendmail daemon? is you evolution client local to the machine running sendmail? what's the output for

    ps -ef|grep sendmail

    netstat -an|grep 25|grep LIST
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    sendmail wasnt installed lol sorry

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