On Mon, 10 Jan 2000, George Laiacona III wrote:
> >Which version of Sendmail are you using? It should not be forwarding mail
> >with a fake domain.
> How about verifiable doamins? As far as I understood, the latest
> Sendmail should refuse any relaying, yet through conducting a test on
> a Red Hat 6 server, I can send a note through that server from another
> domain. The user is valid, but we didn't "log on" to the server, just
> sent SMTP mail through it. How does it know if the user was valid
Checking user names doesn't have anything to do with relaying. If your
Sendmail is allowing relaying then you should reconfigure it - I have no
idea how Redhat have set up their Sendmail package, but I would be
surprised (and disappointed) if it was an open relay out of the box.
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