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Date: Tue Jul 28 2009 - 12:16:08 CDT
Instead of locking down access to smtpd for loopback and local IP address, I've simply commented out smtpd, but not smtp, it works!
> From: Ralf.Hildebrandtcharite.de
> * Serge Fonville :
>>> * Serge Fonville :
>>>>> To turn off incoming mail completely, comment out the
>>>>> "smtp ... smtpd" service in master.cf.
>>>> Wouldn't that completely disable smtp then?
>>> Incoming, yes.
>> Perhaps I misunderstood then, but when would a mail be send then if it
>> can't listen to SMTP requests?
> Via sendmail maybe?
>> To me, sending a mail goes like this
>> Client makes connection to smtp server
>> Client talks smtp to server
>> Server determines whom the mail is for
>> Server sends (or stores) the mail to wherever it is supposed to
>> When there is no SMTP server, how would a (local) client send a mail through it?
>> Perhaps the OP can clarify a bit more, because an MTA without SMTP
>> seems kinda useless to me...
> People want strange things all the time :)
> Ralf Hildebrandt