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The main Sendmail configuration file is sendmailcf, located in the /etc directory This file consists of a sometimes lengthy list of mail definitions that set general options, designate MTAs, and define the address rewrite rules A series of options sets features, such as the maximum size of mail messages or the names of host files The MTAs are those mailers through which Sendmail routes messages The rewrite rules rewrite a mail address to route a message through the appropriate Internet connections to its destination (these rules
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can be complex) Check the Sendmail HOWTO and the online documentation for a detailed explanation The sendmailcf definitions can be complex and confusing To simplify the configuration process, Sendmail supports the use of macros you can use to generate the sendmailcf file using the M4 preprocessor (this requires installation of the sendmail-cf package) Macros are placed in the /etc/mail/sendmailmc file Here, you can use macros to designate the definitions and features you want for Sendmail, and then the macros are used to generate the appropriate definitions and rewrite rules in the sendmailcf file As part of the Sendmail package, several specialized versions of the sendmailmc file are made available in the /usr/share/sendmail-cf directory These begin with a system name and have the suffix mc On many distributions, a specialized version tailored to your distribution is already installed as your /etc/mail/sendmailmc file Once you configure your sendmailmc file, you use the following command, run in the /etc/mail directory, to generate a sendmailcf file (be sure to first back up your original sendmailcf file) You can rename the sendmailmc file to reflect the specific configuration, and you can have as many different mc files as you want and use them to implement different configurations :
make -C /etc/mail
Alternatively, you can use the original m4 macro command:
m4 sendmailmc > /etc/mail/sendmailcf
You will then need to restart the Sendmail server to make the configuration effective In the sendmailmc file, you configure different aspects of Sendmail using either a define command to set the value of Sendmail variables, or a Sendmail macro that has already been defined to set a particular Sendmail feature For example, to assign the PROCMAIL_PATH variable to the directory /usr/bin/procmail, you use the following:
define('PROCMAIL_MAILER_PATH','/usr/bin/procmail')
Similarly, if there are variables that you do not want defined, you can remove them with the undefine command:
undefine('UUCP_RELAY')
To specify the type of operating system that your Sendmail server is running on, you use the OSTYPE Sendmail macro The following example specifies the Linux operating system:
OSTYPE('linux')
The MAILER macro specifies the mail delivery agents (MDAs) to be used You may have more than one Usually, you will need a mail delivery agent such as procmail for delivering mail to hosts on your network In addition, Sendmail in effect operates as an MDA to receive messages from hosts in its local network, which it will then send out to the larger network
MAILER(procmail) MAILER(smtp)
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Mail Servers
Sendmail also supports an extensive number of features that you need to explicitly turn on You can do this with the Sendmail FEATURE macro See Table 25-3 for a list of commonly used Sendmail features The following example turns on the redirect feature, which is used to inform a sender that a recipient is now at a different address:
FEATURE(redirect)
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