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You then will need to restart the Sendmail server to make the configuration effective:
service sendmail restart
Note You can also perform basic Sendmail configuration using Linuxconf and Webmin. In the sendmail.mc 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 would 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 would 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)
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 26-3 for a list of 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)
Feature use_cw_file use_ct_file
Table 26-3: Sendmail Features Description Checks for hosts served by the mail server /etc/mail/localhost-names file. Reads a list of users from the /etc/trusted-users file. These users are trusted users that can change the sender name for their messages. Rejects all mail addressed to "address.REDIRECT"
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