[CentOS] Sendmail and headers
bob at bobhoffman.com
Mon Sep 22 13:55:47 UTC 2008
> If these are virtual machines (uml, xen, vmware, whatever)
> then the host could do IP NAT so that traffic _looks_ like
> it's coming from the host (or another of the virtual
> machines). If they're physically seperate boxes then you
> need to arrange for a smart-host type setup and have mail
> forwarding through that.
Nope, just one server with some domains. One server with the dns, sendmail
and domains all bundled up in a nice pile.
I am gonna try to do the different ip listen thing with sendmail since they
all have their own ip first...
Gonna sleep now... A long night of getting no where with the sendmail
books...well at least the issue is solved finally.. Whew.
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