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Hi all ! I've a domain, say, mydomain.com on a Linux RedHat 7.2 with a Sendmail SMTP server. I'm using an external mail server for "mydomain.com". My problem is: All ...
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    No mail for my domain !


    Hi all !

    I've a domain, say, mydomain.com on a Linux RedHat 7.2 with a Sendmail SMTP server.

    I'm using an external mail server for "mydomain.com".

    My problem is: All the e-mails sent from my Linux web site to any address "@mydomain.com" are not going through to the destination. They are all delivered locally to a local user.

    ==> I don't want my Linux Server to receive any mail sent to "@mydomain.com"

    I removed the domain "mydomain.com" from /etc/local-host-names, no change !

    Any idea ?

    Thanks in advance for your help.

    SdCm

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    Configure a MX DNS record pointing at the external mail server. That's the way it's supposed to be.

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