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Re: zmailer-2.99.21 on Solaris 2.4
> I have ~180 hosts that I want to hide and I don't want to have to list them
> all in localnames. Is there an alternative?
Are those hosts in subdomains ? Or actually it should not matter..
------ $MAILSHARE/cf/standard.cf -------
# Change into this format (if not already)
relation -lmt ordered -f $MAILVAR/db/localnames -d pathalias -b thishost
Now having entries:
The order of lookups is:
It means, I think, that all hosts in "in.my.domain"-subdomain will fall
in, and become canonicalized as "in.my.domain" ...
It means also, that one can't have "separate.in.my.domain" with this
One way to alter this is to make do "routesdb" analysis before checking
on "thishost", and therefore giving explicite routes a change to act.
... but if you don't need such, all will be fine as things are.
(At utu.fi -- or rather cc.utu.fi -- we have one cluster of ZMailer
sharing machines, and a couple dozen individual machines all around.
There the only way to list the ZMailer sharing machines together is
to explicitely list all of those hosts.)
/Matti Aarnio <email@example.com>