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Old 11-02-2006, 08:35 PM   #1
danrfxz
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sendmail / mailertable question, FC 5


Hi, I posted on here a few days ago trying to figure out how to route mail from one server to another. I have a web server that is dept.school.edu and a mail server that is dept-mail.school.edu. I would like email addresses to be user@dept.school.edu. If I'm understanding this right, I can set up my web server to relay all incoming mail that hits it to dept-mail.example.com using the mailertable feature of sendmail. Am I correct in my thinking? Thanks!!
 
  


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