Thanks so much, Dan, that's done it!
Yes, I have alias for nobody, and inbound is a real user on the system. But
I appreciate the reminder. :^)
I'm curious about something. Quoting, you said:
> Your majordomo directory and all subcontents should be owner:group
> of majordomo:majordomo with the exception of wrapper which should
> be suid root.
As I understand it, that should be owner:user majordomo:daemon.
Is this not correct? Remember I'm a newbie, so I have to take the word of
the documentation or what I've been advised.
Dennis Lovelady Fayetteville, GA
Time is nature's way of keeping everything from happening at once.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dan Liston" <email@example.com>
To: "Dennis Lovelady" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, February 21, 2001 12:52 PM
Subject: Re: Receiving: 554 (sendmail with smrsh) RH7.0
> Your link to wrapper looks correct, but your majordomo alias needs
> wrapped around it, and a fully qualified path to wrapper. Your additional
> aliases file must be located or linked into a directory owned by
> sendmail or root. (/etc/mail perhaps) In the .cf file,
> O AliasFile=/etc/aliases,/etc/mail/majordomo.aliases
> as root do
> ln -s /usr/local/majordomo/aliases /etc/mail/majordomo.aliases
> Sendmail always needs to be restarted when you change the .cf file, and
> you need to run newaliases (or sendmail -bi) when changing any of the
> aliases files.
> I hope you have an alias or actual user named "inbound", and an alias of
> nobody: /dev/null
> Your majordomo directory and all subcontents should be owner:group of
> majordomo:majordomo with the exception of wrapper which should be suid