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Compiling sendmail 8.13.3 on BSD/OS 4.3.1

I am trying to compile sendmail using GCC 3.2.2 but cc 2.95
keeps getting in the way.  How do I tell sendmail to
completely ignore cc 2.95.X?
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Sendmail 8.14.3 not sendmail hugely attached e-mail files in a timely manner
What could be the problem. They seem stuck and I have to run sendmail -v -q manually just to get them to propogate. Any reason why? -- Member - Liberal International This is doctor@nl2k.ab.ca Ici doctor@nl2k.ab.ca God, Queen and country! Beware Anti-Christ rising! Never Satan President Republic! If you cannot lead a family how can you pastor a church? The Doctor unleashed the infinite monkeys on 21/05/2009 00:07 producing: > What could be the problem. > > They seem stuck and I have to run sendmail -v -q manually just > to get them to propogate. > > Any reason why? With so little information, it's impossible to help you. How do you define "huge"? How long do you wait? What's in your mail logs? -- Rob MacGregor (BOFH) Rule 37: "There is no 'overkill'. There is only 'open fire' and 'I need to reload.'" ...

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Compiling sendmail 8.13.4 on AIX 5.1 ML7
Hi, hope anyone can help. I'm trying to Build sendmail and got the following: Making all in: /usr/src/sendmail-8.13.4/libsm Configuration: pfx=, os=AIX, rel=5.1.0, rbase=5, rroot=5.1, arch=PPC, sfx=, variant=optimized Making in /usr/src/sendmail-8.13.4/obj.AIX.5.1.0.PPC/libsm /usr/vac/bin/xlc -O3 -qstrict -I. -I../../include -DNDBM -DNIS -DMAP_REGEX -D_AIX5=50100 -c assert.c /bin/sh: /usr/vac/bin/xlc: not found. make: 1254-004 The error code from the last command is 127. Stop. make: 1254-004 The error code from the last command is 2. Looks like make is trying to use the xlc compiler but only gcc is installed. Is there any way to tell the Build script to use gcc, not xlc that is not installed? Patrick Patrick <rhodan_nospam_5625@freakmail.de> writes: >Looks like make is trying to use the xlc compiler but only gcc is >installed. Is there any way to tell the Build script to use gcc, not xlc >that is not installed? You can try creating "./devtools/Site/site.config.m4", and put in it define(`confCC',`gcc') I'm not sure if you also need define(`confDEPEND_TYPE', `CC-M') Neil W Rickert wrote: > Patrick <rhodan_nospam_5625@freakmail.de> writes: > > You can try creating "./devtools/Site/site.config.m4", and put in it > > define(`confCC',`gcc') Tried that. Changed nothing. Sorry. Patrick Patrick wrote: > Neil W Rickert wrote: > > Patrick <rhodan_n...

Possible to block mail from SMTPs whose IPs are in 12345678 form? (not 1.2.3.4 or host [1.2.3.4] )
Hello. I started getting some spam on my network (its basically always the same crap - some "doctor" soliciting some drugs...) and I've been adding entries to my /etc/mail/access file (and re hashing it of course)... But recently, in the mail source, the "received from" lines have been showing a number, like 123456789, instead of a traditional ip (1.2.3.4), for the SMTP that relayed the email to me, and I'm wondering if it's possible, and a good idea (or RFC legal) to block IP's that aren't either in a.b.c.d or "hostname [a.b.c.d]" form. I've never encountered an IP in single 32bit numerical form on any non spam email, so it doesn't seem it would be a problem. Or is there a better way to get rid of this spammer without endlessly putting new ip blocks, must of which are overseas (mostly asian - china, korea, etc) ip blocks in my access db (REJECT.) I know spammers can sometimes spoof the domain they are really sending from, it would be nice to finally kill this one once and for all (short of changing my domain name.) [One little note, I do have my sendmail checking with online blacklists too, which filters out a lotta crap as well, but this spammer has a different from header (surprise surprise) as well as recovered from addresses. I'm currently using njabl.org, if there is a better one I'd gladly use it instead, or in conjunction - can't ever have too many anti spam tools :-) ] -- S...