Neil wrote: > Hello: > > I just did a fresh install of CentOS 6.2 on a virtual server. > > I am trying to configure Postfix but it does not seem to be > reading configuration directives from /etc/postfix/main.cf > > Here is what I did to test it: > vi /etc/postfix/main.cf and set this directive: > myorigin = hello.world.com > postfix reload > postconf -d | grep myorigin > > I get this output: > append_at_myorigin = yes > myorigin = $myhostname > > Any ideas why it is not picking up the configuration? > > Thanks, > Neil > What you should do is run postconf without paramaters to a file and inspect that. In my case e.g. myorigin is set to $mydomain, but mydomain is set to the correct value. Good lcuk Adrian -- Adri P. van Bloois Antonlaan 104 email: adrian at pa0rda.nl 3701 VG Zeist voice: +31-(0)-30-6912741 The Netherlands fax: NONE 52 05'15.77"N 5 4'44.56"E QTH-locater JO 22 OC The whole point of cooking is to get as much flavour out of the ingredients as possible. -- Delia Smith -- This message has been scanned for viruses and dangerous content by MailScanner, and is believed to be clean.