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Chris G wrote:
On Sun, Nov 11, 2007 at 03:35:55PM +0000, Timothy Murphy wrote:
Chris G wrote:

But the real issue is that I can't find *any* address that delivers
mail locally.  Therefore whatever I put in /etc/aliases as the actual
recipient of root mail it fails.
I haven't followed the thread,
but what happens if you just say "mail -s Test chris" ?

It fails, sendmail attempts to send it to [email protected] which it
decides is out there in the internet somewhere.


You might have an mx record added to your DNS configuration.

I still think you've set your host name in sendmail's configuration.
Adding home.isbd.net to local-host-names might help.






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