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Crazy-Boy 30th October 2005 22:42

Mail Question
 
I got 2 websites running on my server. But the server don't want to send emails. I got a stand alone mailserver. How do i can forward al the mail through the mailserver. The mailserver must send it to the users.

The websites uses PHP-Nuke. And the server don't want to send the activation link to any email adres.

I want that the webserver can work with the mailserver.Like a cliént smtp user. That he connects to the mailserver.

I am sorry for my english i am Dutch

falko 30th October 2005 22:52

What mailserver package is running on your webserver? Postfix? Sendmail?

Crazy-Boy 31st October 2005 01:08

Quote:

Originally Posted by falko
What mailserver package is running on your webserver? Postfix? Sendmail?


Sorry. Sendmail

falko 31st October 2005 08:25

You say that your webserver does not send out emails when it should. Is there anything related to this in the mail log?
Do you run some kind of control panel (like ISPConfig) on your webserver?

Crazy-Boy 1st November 2005 03:45

No he only runs sendmail.

and i could't find anything in the log file.

till 1st November 2005 10:25

Have you tried to set the PHP error level in the php.ini to notice to get warnings if PHP cant send mails?

falko 1st November 2005 12:12

Quote:

Originally Posted by Crazy-Boy
No he only runs sendmail.

and i could't find anything in the log file.

Can you post the output of
Code:

ls -l /etc/mail/
?

Crazy-Boy 2nd November 2005 03:40

access
access.db
domaintable
domaintable.db
helpfile
local-host-names
mailertable
mailertable.db
Makefile
sendmail.cf
sendmail.mc
spamassassin
submit.cf
submit.mc
trusted-users
virtusertable
virtusertable.db

This is what i see when i typ that command

falko 2nd November 2005 09:02

Please post the contents of /etc/mail/local-host-names.


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