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Old 01-19-2005, 10:37 AM   #1
Registered: May 2003
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Distribution: Redhat9 Windows XP
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Sendmail - Config for IP Block's & Config Issues


Am using Redhat9 and sendmail.

Also i've installed sendmail today, and the installation went through fine. I opened up port 25, but from any of the PC's on the network carnt access the server via port 25 nor can i Telnet to this port to send mail from any of the network mahcines.

Also sendmail is working properly as when sitting at the server, i can telnet into port 25 ... Also ive turned off the firewall in rh9, and this makes no differance, so am led to believe sendmail as default blocks everything but the machine its installed on ...

I want to restrict the people that can send through my Sendmail server, i want to only allow "192.168.0.*" through it? How can i do this?
Old 04-07-2006, 02:29 PM   #2
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pls write me which sendmai have you installed


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