hmmm...there is nothing in that file except for the first commented line:
# local-host-names - include all aliases for your machine here.
just a thought...maybe the solution is to somehow tell sendmail that it is not supposed to handle mail addressed to [email protected]
i want it...
Thanks for sticking with me on this. In fact I don't want to bypass the MX records. The MX records are correct.
It's just that sendmail...
thank you. i have done exactly as you suggested but it hasn't solved the problem. it just seems strange that sendmail isn't looking to the MX...
recently i started using an exchange hosting company to host my email and i changed my MX records so that email to [email protected]
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