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I have sendmail running (out of the box, no config changes) on a RedHat linux server. I host email for my employees on a different server. I've got a web ...
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    need sendmail to allow local mail to go out the door


    I have sendmail running (out of the box, no config changes) on a RedHat linux server.

    I host email for my employees on a different server.

    I've got a web based java app that sends out reminder emails to clients.

    All clients get their mail except those that are destined for my local domain (i.e. clients that are also employees).

    Say my domain is domain.com. When my app sends an email to a user with a ...@domain.com email address, the email gets held locally and doesn't go out the door.

    Is there any way to get sendmail to release all emails out the the internet and not hold any of them locally?

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    You can set the MAIL_HUB definition to send all local mails to a mail hub. Suggestedly your mail server.

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    Thanks,

    That worked perfectly.

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