So I have started to upgrade my production environment from Redhat 7.3 to CentOS 4. On redhat 7.3 to get cron mail, and other system stuff, I just put and entry in /etc/aliases like this:
That would simply send all the mail directly to me.
It no longer works this way on CentOS. The default behavior is to forward all mail to the local sendmail server listening on 127.0.0.1. I need to run my own mail servers, so this behavior is not working for me. Does anyone know an easy way to have this mail send directly, as it worked on 7.3? Even forwarding all mail for all users to one address would be sufficient for me.