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Slackware :: Sendmail With Free DynDns - ~/.forward


I should say that I'm not an expert of linux or sendmail. On my way to learning I'm trying to setup my sendmail server at home using free dydns account(server1.dyndns.org). I can send and receive emails to/from @hotmail, @yahoo, @gmail (the ones I've checked).

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Following is access file (access.db created using makemap hash)

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Now I'm trying to forward emails coming to my local inbox(tux@server1.dyndns.org) to my hotmail account. For this to work, server1 should be able to RELAY messages originated from hotmail.com, so I added hotmail.com entry to access file. Also I've made ~/.forward file:

But the problem is I receive an error message in /var/log/maillog & also a message is sent to root@server1:

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Part of message sent to root@server1 is:

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