Reynaldo A Rosas-Hijar <RosasR@abc-naco.com> wrote in article
Yes I saw that QMAIL is offered as a more secure replacement to SENDMAIL
but with less documentation available (there is no t “bat” book for it)
being new to this aaplication of TCP/IP I prefer to start with known
Sure. We run sendmail to Exchange and didn’t have any problems, but things
You must use DNS to use sendmail. Make sure you have MX records setup
Verify with nslookup.
If you want to send directly to the exchange server, as opposed to an
then you will have to turn off authentication. This is according to our
network guys and to
reinforce it I send to our public address as opposed to the internal email
It looks like I am running the 4.25 sendmail.cf as-is. I know on older
releases you had
to know how to customize it. I do remember an issue on the default 4.25
about having a problem with doing both local delivery and forwarding that I
had to hack
the configuration (My BAT book was at work and I was in a hurry - HACK is
what it is)
Make sure you have syslogd running - it will tell you a lot.
Review running ‘sendmail -bt’ for address test mode - it will tell you
where it thinks
it should deliver based on an address.
For more hints you will need to provide specific problems…
Still my problem is to make the QNX side (SENDMAIL/QMAIL) talk to the
mailserver (EXCHANGE SERVER)… anyone with tips or ideas?
“Tools Mail Account” <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote in message
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Reynaldo A Rosas-Hijar <> RosasR@abc-naco.com> > wrote:
We have a network with QNX nodes and NT nodes. The mail server
Server) is on the NT side and we need to send e-mail messages from
side. Any ideas on where to start?. We started by making
the sendmail.cf with no results at all!
If you go to QNX’s Knowledge Base at:
and type ‘sendmail’ in the keywords box you get:
It looks like it was replaced by QMail, if you go to:
Reynaldo A Rosas