Re: Yarrow Release Notes - sendmail mc->cf

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On Wed, 5 Nov 2003, bishop wrote:

> <>
> Folks,
> In the release notes, we read:
> > #
> > 
> > By default, the Sendmail mail transport agent (MTA) does not accept network connections from any host other than the local computer. If you want to configure Sendmail as a server for other clients, you must edit /etc/mail/ and change the DAEMON_OPTIONS line to also listen on network devices (or comment out this option entirely using the dnl comment delimiter). You must then regenerate /etc/mail/ by running the following command (as root):
> > 
> > make -C /etc/mail
> > 
> > Note that you must have the sendmail-cf package installed for this to work.
> I'm used to sendmail doing it for me on a 'service sendmail reload', and 
> I liked that it did the 'make' as required.  Is this no longer expected 
> to work as it did for RHL9 (and possibly others)?

It still works.


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