On Mon, 14 Jul 2003 16:08:00 -0400 Michael Arena <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Ok, I made those changes to my config file, now when I run exim -bt
> email@example.com it keeps replying with "Unroutable address"
ok, what do you get with exim -bt -v and the email address for your lists?
unroutable address likely means that it didn't manage to match up on any
of the routers, so we need to understand why none of the routers matched.
> do not need to receive email from the outside, in fact I setup exim to
> ignore all incoming mail for security reasons on the mail server. I want
> send mail to my list from inside the network and have it go out to all
> members I specify on my list. Would I even need a lists.aliases file in
> case? Can I test this internal configuration somehow?
you will need the aliases file unless you decide to get really clever in
your exim config; i think you should get standard style install with
aliases file working before you try to do anything else.
it's easy enough to hide the addresses from external parties, that's what
the private alias files are for in my example on the web site -- so that
the -outgoing addresses are not accessible to the whole world.
firstname.lastname@example.org Averill Park Networking
email@example.com Unix, Linux, IP Network Engineering, Security