Re: Logwatch report on another machine?

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Steven Tardy wrote:

>>> echo " esmtp:[]" >> /etc/mail/mailertable
>>> /etc/init.d/sendmail restart
>> Thanks very much.
>> That certainly changed things.
>> According to /var/log/maillog on helen the email was sent
>> without involving my ISP:
>> ----------------------------------------
>> Jun  5 15:14:22 helen sendmail[15635]: m55EEMoL015635: from=tim, size=72,
>> class=0, nrcpts=1,
>> msgid=<[email protected]>,
>> [email protected]
>> Jun  5 15:14:22 helen sendmail[15636]: m55EEMK0015636:
>> from=<[email protected]>, size=357, class=0, nrcpts=1,
>> msgid=<[email protected]>, proto=ESMTP,
>> daemon=MTA, []
>> Jun  5 15:14:22 helen sendmail[15635]: m55EEMoL015635: [email protected],
>> ctladdr=tim (500/500), delay=00:00:00, xdelay=00:00:00, mailer=relay,
>> pri=30072, relay=[] [], dsn=2.0.0, stat=Sent
>> (m55EEMK0015636 Message accepted for delivery)
>> ----------------------------------------
>> But it does not appear to have reached alfred.
>> I'm not sure where it has disappeared to ...
> what is the ip address of
> is it or
> if it's, change the mailertable ip address...
> that needs to be the destination ip address.

No, the IP address of alfred is ,
as it says in /etc/mail/mailertable on helen: esmtp:[]

Thanks for your help.
I'll pursue the missing message -
I should be able to work out where it has gone.

Maybe sendmail is modelled on the Irish postal service ...

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