On Fri, 4 May 2001, Daniel Liston wrote:
>Your problem is not actually a majordomo problem, but an MTA/DNS
>problem. Some MTAs require reverse DNS resolution as an attempt
>to fight spam and prevent mail relay theft.
>When you send mail from your server(s) to the internet, are you
>delivering through a smarthost, or using NAT to translate your
>non-routable private net into a real, routable IP?
Ok, so this is NOT a majordomo issue. But I'm still hoping you guys can
help me out, cause sendmail is a complex deal. I am using sendmail on
foobar.com, and it is sending out mail from dec2.lns.foobar.com with the
header dec2.lns.foobar.com. dec2.lns.foobar.com is NOT a registered
domain name. So, do I need masquerading to get it to look like the mail
actually comes from foobar.com. I've been reading and playing with the
masquerading configuration options of sendmail, but haven't got it to work
yet. Am I on the right track?