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Outgoing mail from linux not being deliveredOutgoing mail from linux not being delivered

I'm sending email from a server, let's say domain.com.

I also have Google Apps email set up for hosted email, same domain, domain.com.

If I get mail sent to me from anywhere else, I receive things just fine. However, if the email originates from my server, it just ends up in /var/mail/root as a delivery error saying the user is unknown.

I created a user on the server for the name which is having trouble, webmaster@domain.com. Retried sending and it sends, but not to my hosted email at Google Apps. I just receive it at /var/mail/webmaster now.

I'm using sendmail. I messed around with /etc/aliases but adding webmaster: webmaster@domain.com looked useless (and I was right.)

Any help?

Possible Duplicate:
Outgoing mail from linux not being delivered

I'm sending email from a server, let's say domain.com.

I also have Google Apps email set up for hosted email, same domain, domain.com.

If I get mail sent to me from anywhere else, I receive things just fine. However, if the email originates from my server, it just ends up in /var/mail/root as a delivery error saying the user is unknown.

I created a user on the server for the name which is having trouble, webmaster@domain.com. Retried sending and it sends, but not to my hosted email at Google Apps. I just receive it at /var/mail/webmaster now.

I'm using sendmail. I messed around with /etc/aliases but adding webmaster: webmaster@domain.com looked useless (and I was right.)

Any help?

Possible Duplicate:
Outgoing mail from linux not being delivered

I'm sending email from a server, let's say domain.com.

I also have Google Apps email set up for hosted email, same domain, domain.com.

If I get mail sent to me from anywhere else, I receive things just fine. However, if the email originates from my server, it just ends up in /var/mail/root as a delivery error saying the user is unknown.

I created a user on the server for the name which is having trouble, webmaster@domain.com. Retried sending and it sends, but not to my hosted email at Google Apps. I just receive it at /var/mail/webmaster now.

I'm using sendmail. I messed around with /etc/aliases but adding webmaster: webmaster@domain.com looked useless (and I was right.)

Any help?

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Possible Duplicate:
Outgoing mail from linux not being delivered

I'm sending email from a server, let's say domain.com.

I also have Google Apps email set up for hosted email, same domain, domain.com.

If I get mail sent to me from anywhere else, I receive things just fine. However, if the email originates from my server, it just ends up in /var/mail/root as a delivery error saying the user is unknown.

I created a user on the server for the name which is having trouble, webmaster@domain.com. Retried sending and it sends, but not to my hosted email at Google Apps. I just receive it at /var/mail/webmaster now.

I'm using sendmail. I messed around with /etc/aliases but adding webmaster: webmaster@domain.com looked useless (and I was right.)

Any help?

I'm sending email from a server, let's say domain.com.

I also have Google Apps email set up for hosted email, same domain, domain.com.

If I get mail sent to me from anywhere else, I receive things just fine. However, if the email originates from my server, it just ends up in /var/mail/root as a delivery error saying the user is unknown.

I created a user on the server for the name which is having trouble, webmaster@domain.com. Retried sending and it sends, but not to my hosted email at Google Apps. I just receive it at /var/mail/webmaster now.

I'm using sendmail. I messed around with /etc/aliases but adding webmaster: webmaster@domain.com looked useless (and I was right.)

Any help?

Possible Duplicate:
Outgoing mail from linux not being delivered

I'm sending email from a server, let's say domain.com.

I also have Google Apps email set up for hosted email, same domain, domain.com.

If I get mail sent to me from anywhere else, I receive things just fine. However, if the email originates from my server, it just ends up in /var/mail/root as a delivery error saying the user is unknown.

I created a user on the server for the name which is having trouble, webmaster@domain.com. Retried sending and it sends, but not to my hosted email at Google Apps. I just receive it at /var/mail/webmaster now.

I'm using sendmail. I messed around with /etc/aliases but adding webmaster: webmaster@domain.com looked useless (and I was right.)

Any help?

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Send email from server to Google Apps email address (same domains)

I'm sending email from a server, let's say domain.com.

I also have Google Apps email set up for hosted email, same domain, domain.com.

If I get mail sent to me from anywhere else, I receive things just fine. However, if the email originates from my server, it just ends up in /var/mail/root as a delivery error saying the user is unknown.

I created a user on the server for the name which is having trouble, webmaster@domain.com. Retried sending and it sends, but not to my hosted email at Google Apps. I just receive it at /var/mail/webmaster now.

I'm using sendmail. I messed around with /etc/aliases but adding webmaster: webmaster@domain.com looked useless (and I was right.)

Any help?