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LegaL
post Oct 6 2006, 05:05 AM
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First of all I would like to say, that I am new to Linux and I'm russian, so my english is not perfect...
I have installed sendmail and it works properly, but how do I send and get mails? I installed some mail program named Evolution, but I can't send or recieve mails, why? And where can I create new e-mails? Like is there some file where I can add new users? Something like: testmail@mydomain.com?
P.S. Sorry if I made something wrong, but it is hard to understand everything in new OS and in foreign language...
And I forgot to say, I use ASPLinux 11


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LegaL
post Oct 8 2006, 09:25 AM
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Ok, no one is responding... So maybe someone knows any alternative program which is better? And how to configurate it right so it will work normally?


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LegaL
post Oct 21 2006, 08:20 AM
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I really can't understand how it all works... What's this dovecot for? I have DNS, where in sendmail configuration file I need to change something so I will be able to send and recieve mail???


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post Oct 22 2006, 08:17 AM
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What does dnl mean in sendmail.mc file???
There is one line in sendmail.mc:
dnl define('SMART_HOST','smtp.your.provider')
What do I have to change here so it will work normally...
So what is this dnl thing anyway?
And maybe someone can send me allready configured sendmail file? Not the default one, but the one that really works for you? Thanks


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