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Old 07-27-2006, 07:53 AM   #1
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Sendmail configuration for remote smtp and pop3

Our company is based at mumbai. It is using SMTP and POP3 which is at US. Currently we are using a free mail program Mercury. There is smart host setting where we provide ip of remote smtp server, same about pop3. We do not have any DNS server, at external interface of server, primary and secondary DNS are mentioned. because it points to our main mail server. POP3 client fetches mails from our main server and delivers to respective users. While sending mail it always sends all mails to respective mail id through our main mail server.

Now I want to configure all these in sendmail. But I am not being able to configure it completely.
Can anybody detail me the configuration or guide what to do?

Thanks in advance.

I send some mails to rediff id but those were not received on rediff id. But all mails destined to our company id were received after 5 days.

Last edited by vedang; 07-27-2006 at 07:56 AM.


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