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Old 04-26-2001, 04:02 AM   #1
Justinw
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Hi all,

I've finally managed to get around my networking woes, and have got fetchmail to collect mail from our ISP, but it won't distribute the mail to the correct users.

Currently all our mail for 5 address ends up in the same box at our ISP, I want to collect that from our Linux box and distribute to the various users / aliases. At the moment however all the mail ends up at root.

I think it has something to do with the fact that using Outlook I can only sendmail to local users if send it to addresss@box.company.com. Trying address@company.com doesn't work.

Any ideas where this gets configured ?

Thanks,

Justin.
 
  


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