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  1. #1

    relaying with sendmail

    hi everyone,

    I have ServerA and ServerB.
    I'm using ServerA as a relay server( configured properly) and ServerB is using ServerA as a relay( configured to user ServerA as a relay).

    Im getting connection refused in /var/log/maillog.
    I tried to enter the following entries to /etc/mail/access in ServerA:

    ServerB RELAY
    Connect:ServerB RELAY
    From:ServerB RELAY
    ServerB OK
    Connect:ServerB OK
    From:ServerB OK

    I tried every possible combination, i have no idea how this thing works, I'm getting the same error.

    ofcourse I used "make all" and restarted sendmail after every change

    *send emails works when I try to send mails from ServerA or when I send from ServerB and using itself as its own relay*

    thank you and have a good day,


  2. #2
    Join Date
    Apr 2012
    Take a look at "port forwarding" assignments of the IRQ's bindings port(software) to physical Connector ID's.
    Maybe you need to use the forward server as a proxy to bypass it to the server behind or are they on the same hub?

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