Subject: Re: Disabling sendmail for local delivery
From: Paul J. Lucas (email@example.com)
Date: Thu May 03 2001 - 09:09:36 MDT
On Mon, 30 Apr 2001, Gawain Reifsnyder wrote:
> We've got a colocated YDL web server which often needs to send mail output
> from cron jobs and PHP scripts. However, we're using our ISP for our mail
Meaning what, exactly? Your box doesn't need any other to send
or receive mail.
> Since our webserver thinks *it* should receive mail for say,
> firstname.lastname@example.org, mail sent to that user from a script fails with a
> "mail loops back to me" message.
> How do I configure sendmail to ignore mail sent to the local domain(s)?
In your sendmail.mc config file (the thing you use to generate
your sendmail.cf file), you need to have:
Then rebuild your sendmail.cf file.
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