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Make sendmail.cf store ${cn_subject} with host part stripped in ${cn1_subject}. It makes finishing the implementation almost trivial. WARNING: Ask for opinions at news:comp.mail.sendmail before deploying it in not test environment. It MAY work but sendmail makes avoiding "unexpected side effects" MUCH MORE painstaking than I am ready to "invest". I ...


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You may combine two sendmail.cf recipes: 1) MailertableRuleSets - it allows to select sendmail.cf custom rule-set for email routing via mailertable (custom routing by recipient domain) Warning: It requires a few lines patch of one of files used to generate sendmail.cf "Mailertable Rule Sets (sendmail)" by anfi (2004) 2) SmartTable - it shows how to route ...


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Is possible with lines similiar to this for yourconfigm4.mc FEATURE(access_db)dnl define(`confCACERT_PATH', `/etc/pki/certs')dnl define(`confCACERT', `/etc/pki/certs/server.crt')dnl define(`confSERVER_CERT', `/etc/pki/certs/server.site.crt')dnl define(`confSERVER_KEY', `/etc/pki/certs/private.key')dnl define(`confCLIENT_CERT', ...


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I was able to solve the problem. It was simply that mail() feeds the headers and contents of the mail into the stdin of the respective sendmail binary/script. So I adapted my script to read from stdin and that indeed worked. Credit to this tutorial, which brought me on the right track.


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Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but AFAIK, sendmail does not offer that level of granularity. For outbound mail, that means a simple three-step opportunistic format by default: Check to see if remote downstream MTA advertises support STARTTLS. If the remote side DOES advertise support, proceed to negotiate a STARTTLS connection. If the remote side ...


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This isn't exactly an answer to the question as posed, but it looks to me like you are doing things the hard way. The Sendmail configuration was written in a way that prioritises ease and efficiency for the software parsing that configuration, not for easy configuration and maintenance by humans. There's simply been no good reason to do that in recent ...


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Using apt-get autoremove gives you the advantage to get rid of all packages not needed as dependencies anymore, not just related to the ones of sendmail. Quoting the manpage: autoremove is used to remove packages that were automatically installed to satisfy dependencies for other packages and are now no longer needed. By the way: If you like clean ...



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