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Re: Newbie needs sendmail/DNS help
and i just tried this on an openbsd 3.0 box and it worked fine:
cat dummymail | /usr/sbin/sendmail -C/etc/mail/sendmail.cf -X
sendmail-$$.log -O ResolverOptions=+debug -O DeliveryMode=i -O
LogLevel=98 -O QueueDirectory=/home/jdunfee/mqueue -t
i forgot the default rc.conf setting gives you the "localhost.cf"
config file. You'll need to use sendmail.cf or submit.cf to actually
see a connection. I used a QueueDirectory in my home dir so I didn't
have to run it as root.
Jonathan D. Dunfee writes:
> I debug sendmail problems by doing things like this:
> cat dummymail | /usr/sbin/sendmail -X sendmail-$$.log -O
> ResolverOptions=+debug -O LogLevel=98 -t
> changing the options of course to figure out what's up --
> setting a different queue dir, etc. You can also feed
> sendmail a dummy config file instead of listing all
> the options out. just depends on how much you're mucking
> dummyfile is just that:
> To: jdunfee@psyduck
> From: jdunfee@lapras
> make sure the line separating the headers and text
> is empty - just a return.
> Hope this helps,
> ps -- and the line above was acutally used on an AIX box,
> but the principal is the same.
> Mike Darweesh writes:
> > A Fine suggestion, but that did not help.
> > My estimation is that sendmail is unable to verify the sender's
> > domain as valid. But, I have no idea how to debug that other than
> > verifying my nslookup for that same domain/machine (which works).
> > Ideas?
> > -Mike
> > Marc Matteo writes:
> > > On Sun, 24 Mar 2002, Mike Darweesh wrote:
> > >
> > > > Any ideas how to fix "rewrite: map resolve not found"?
> > >
> > > Just a shot in the dark here, but did you deal with errata #001 correctly?
> > >
> > > Marc
> Jonathan D. Dunfee
Jonathan D. Dunfee