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Article: 458
From: Jeff Groves
Date: 2005-04-01 13:18:01 -0500
Subject: Re: How to whitelist a domain in milter-sender?

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Your problem isn't with sendmail.  It's with your DNS server.
Is "server1.domain.com" defined anywhere in a DNS server or are you 
making it up?

Jeff G.

Emery Guevremont wrote:

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>The server that I have is 192.168.1.2, it's name is server1.domain.com, 
>and it's trying to send an email from root@server1.domain.com to the 
>mail server in question.
>In my access file, I've added the following entries:
>
>192.168				RELAY
>192.168.1.2			OK
>server1.domain.com		OK
>From:root@server1.domain.com	OK
>
>Then I ran makemap hash access.db < access
>and restarted both sendmail and milter-sender.
>
>But it still doesn't work, and yes sendmail is configured to use 
>access.db since I use it to control who I relay mail for. The error I 
>get is this:
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>220 mail.domain.com ESMTP Sendmail 8.13.1/8.13.1; Fri, 1 Apr 2005 
>12:43:07 -0500
>helo server1.domain.com
>250 mail.domain.com Hello [192.168.1.2], pleased to meet you
>mail from: <root@server1.domain.com>
>553 5.4.4 <root@server1.domain.com>... 'server1.domain.com' lookup 
>failed: DNS name not found
>
>and the error in maillog is:
>
>Apr  1 12:49:39 mail sendmail[21639]: j31HnZ8t021639: Milter: 
>from=<root@server1.domain.com>, reject=553 5.4.4 'server1.domain.com' 
>lookup failed: DNS name not found
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>Ryan Moore wrote:
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>>Emery Guevremont wrote:
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>>>I'm currently using milter-sender with sendmail on linux. I'd like to be
>>>able to add some ips and domains that milter-sender won't check. The
>>>idea behind this is so milter-sender won't check the servers in my network.
>>>
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>>http://www.milter.info/milter-sender/#SendmailCf
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>>milter-sender will read the access.db with the sendmailcf option.
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>>Syntax detailed at:
>>http://www.milter.info/milter-sender/#MxCallBackMaxAttempts
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>>Ryan Moore
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>>Perigee.net Corporation
>>704-849-8355 (sales)
>>704-849-8017 (tech)
>>www.perigee.net
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