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Re: postmap not working?
On Sun, Jun 08, 2008 at 12:56:32PM +0200, netbsd unix wrote:
> Dear all,
> I cannot send e-mails to the outer world. WITHIN my NetBSD 4.0 it works fine
> (between moi and root).
> I am behind a dormitory network, so I call my net my.little.network. I have a
> "real" e-mail address me%someprovider.net.@localhost
> I have a listing in /etc/postfix/generic, which says:
> me%my.little.network@localhost me%someprovider.net@localhost
> and I did afterwards postmap /etc/postfix/generic - in /etc/postfix/main.cf
> there is also the line:
> smtp_generic_maps = hash:/etc/postfix/generic
> Now, when I try to send out an e-mail to the outer world, my sender is STILL
> "me%my.little.network@localhost", which my provider does not accept. How can
> I make my sender be "me%someprovider.net@localhost"?
> Any ideas?
> Thank you in advance.
Have made the sendmail Test?
sendmail me ?
Menuhin Saitov http://www.msaitov.de
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