[CentOS] Sendmail

Sam Drinkard sam at wa4phy.net
Sun Nov 6 00:22:02 UTC 2005

On Sun, 2005-11-06 at 00:37 +0100, Alexander Dalloz wrote:

> Maybe I wasn't clear enough: You explicitly enabled the MSA with
> authentication enforced and TLSMTA (SMTPS), so the MTA is disabled if
> not explicitly instructed to run by a dedicated DAEMON_OPTIONS line. No,
> that didn't change for a long time. To avoid a listener on an IPv6
> enabled interface is a different matter. A the sendmail.mc in its
> commented way shows, you can selective say whether to have an IPv4 MTA
> listener or IPv6 one, or both. Btw. the default sendmail.mc shipping
> with FreeBSD has those commented IP version splitted DAEMON_OPTIONS
> definitions.
> More is explained in cf/README.

Not sure I completely follow you Alexander.  Are you saying that by
enabling the TSLMTA / SMTPS , that *disables* the normal mta daemon?  I
do however need the MSA, but in an unauthenticated mode, as my home ISP
blocks port 25.  I was under the impression after reading the
sendmail.mc that the MSA would be a non-authenticated operation.
Perhaps I need to go back and re-read the sendmail.mc.  Yes, as I recall
on 4.9 BSD, the choice between ipv4 and ipv6 were two separate options..
That is what is running on my mailserver now.  One other question while
on the subject of mail, I believe I did a yum search for qpopper, or
some other pop agent, and nothing shows up.  I did find the latest
version of qpopper at the Qualcomm website, I believe.  I assume there
is no available pop agent in the base distribution of CentOS is there?

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