Subject: Re: Forwarding E-mail with sendmail
To: John A. Maier - Kemper Military School and College MIS dept. <email@example.com>
From: Absolute(Zero) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/15/1997 23:29:17
On Thu, 15 May 1997, John A. Maier - Kemper Military School and College MIS dept. wrote:
> I want NetBSD's sendmail to be able to forward messages to other sendmail agents,
Its probably best to ask generic sendmail questions on a sendmail
list (given that NetBSD ships with a pretty much stock sendmail)
> 1) one.foobar.org gets a message for email@example.com.
> 2) foo doesn't exist (have an account) on one.foobar.org but does on
> 3) Can one.foobar.org forward the message to two.foobar.org and even if
> foo didn't exist on two.foobar.org, just let two.foobar.org bounce or
> forward the message.
For _specific_ cases of foo you can edit /etc/aliases and
add a line of the form:
then type 'newaliases'.
To generically forward all unrecognised local accounts to
another machine you can setup a LUSER_HOST relay... but
that requires some tuning at the other end :)
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