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Re: disable sendmail
->If you want to leave everything in place but not run it,
->change sendmail_flags in /etc/rc.conf to NO, and it won't
->be run next time you boot. You can then re-enable it at a
->later date by changing it back to
->"-L sm-mta -C/etc/mail/localhost.cf -bd -q30m"
Don't forget to stop the cron job (because I know I always do :P) included
below for reference.
ssh root@machine crontab -e
# sendmail clientmqueue runner
*/30 * * * * /usr/sbin/sendmail -L sm-msp-queue
There is also an "smms" user (spelling probably inacurate) which you can
kill too but you have to modify a few of the rc's to stop looking for it.
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