From: Anthony Howe
Date: 2005-04-02 01:41:42 -0500
Subject: Re: How to whitelist a domain in milter-sender?
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Emery Guevremont wrote:
> Actually I think this where I'm having problems understanding. What I've
> done on my system is put the content of milter-sender.mc into my
> sendmail.mc file.
> One thing I haven't figured out is the syntax for putting options in the
> sendmail.mc file for milter-sender.
These go into /etc/mail/milter-sender.cf
If you install milter-sender it should have created
If you've since thrownout that file or what to get the default version,
milter-sender help=2 >/etc/mail/milter-sender.cf.new
diff -u /etc/mail/milter-sender.cf /etc/mail/milter-sender.cf.new
mv /etc/mail/milter-sender.cf.new /etc/mail/milter-sender.cf
> So instead, I've been putting my options in the command line of my
> milter-sender start up script.
> This is what my OPTIONS line looks like in my start up script.
> OPTIONS="SendmailCf=/etc/mail/sendmail.cf MailLogDetail=256
> CacheGreyListTTL=0 unix:/var/lib/milter-sender/socket"
First in /etc/syslog.conf do you allow for debug level logging to teh
After restarting milter-sender, check the maillog, look for the
milter-sender copyright. Look for any messages stating that it cannot
access the access.db file (or sendmail.cf).
Next check that necessary files permissions are setup so that
milter-sender can read sendmail.cf and access.db. See the Notes section
of the documentation for suggestions. Simple solution:
chmod a+r /etc/mail/sendmail.cf /etc/mail/access.db
BUT those can be destroyed when you rebuild those files. So you have to
adjust things to make that stick.
Anthony C Howe +33 6 11 89 73 78
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