Part I, Administration, covers all aspects of handling sendmail, from are available only for FreeBSD and Linux as of V sendmail. The author and publisher have made their best efforts to prepare this book, and the content is based upon final release software whenever possible. Portions of. see Linux Network Servers 24seven by Craig Hunt (Sybex, ). The code that Caldera and Red Hat use to start the Sendmail daemon is.
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Sendmail daemon: Receive SMTP mail. ❑ Listens to port 25 to process incoming mail. ❑ Started during system startup,. ❍ Linux: /etc/rc.d/init.d/sendmail. This document describes the setup, care and feeding of Electronic Mail (e−mail) under Linux. It is primarily intended for administrators, rather than users. This software relies on the transport agents described in the Mail Administrator's HOWTO (which also include user-agent configuration and troubleshooting tips.
The configuration process is basically a matter of creating a suitable sendmail.
The macros are expressions that the m4 macro processor understands and expands into the complex sendmail. The macro expressions are made up of the macro name the text in capital letters at the start , which can be likened to a function in a programming language, and some parameters the text within brackets that are used in the expansion.
The parameters may be passed literally into the sendmail. A sendmail.
Two Example sendmail. The name doesn't really matter as long as the output is called sendmail.
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Two Example sendmail. The name doesn't really matter as long as the output is called sendmail. Providing a unique name for the configuration file for each host allows you to keep all configuration files in the same directory and is just an administrative convenience.
Let's look at two example macro configuration files so we know where we are heading. Most configurations today use SMTP only. It is very simple to configure sendmail for SMTP.