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>>>>> "AW" == Amy West <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
AW> There's a machine with a faster processor and bigger line that I'd like
AW> to handle sending out the mail.
Ah, okay. There are a couple of ways to do it (and regardless of which you
do you will probably want to do some sendmail hostname masquerading).
One is to set up everything on the new machine as required, then update the
MX records of the old machine so that all mail sent to it is directed to
the new machine instead.
Another way is to set up Majordomo on the new machine much like it is on
the existing machine, then change the aliases on the existing machine so
that everything points to the corresponding alias on the new
on old machine:
on new machine:
majordomo: |"/home/majordom/wrapper majordomo"
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