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Date:      Sun, 13 Jul 1997 09:24:59 -0500 (CDT)
From:      "Jay D. Nelson" <>
To:        Ian Vaudrey <>
Cc:        Paul <>, questions@FreeBSD.ORG
Subject:   Re: sendmail version
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In-Reply-To: <>

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Another possibility -- the example looked like it went through m4 with no
macros defined. in the cf/cf directory, you need to:

	m4 ../m4/cf.m4 >
-- Jay

On Sun, 13 Jul 1997, Ian Vaudrey wrote:

->Once you've built sendmail with makesendmail, backup your original
->sendmail binary (/usr/sbin/sendmail), cd into the
->obj.FreeBSD.2.2.2-RELEASE.i386 directory (replace 2.2.2-RELEASE with the
->FreeBSD version you're running) that you'll find wherever you built
->sendmail and type make install. This will install the new binary.
->Backup your original .cf file (/etc/ Copy the new .cf file
->you built with m4 to /etc/ Reboot your machine.
->AFAIK your .mc looks O.K., apart from the missing newlines ;-)
->If you are going to be doing much of this, I strongly recommend that you
->obtain a copy of the "bat book", see
->, and you should
->definitely take a good look at the sendmail FAQ.
->Hope this helps,
-> - Ian
->Paul wrote:
->> >
->> >cat /etc/ | grep DZ, or you could mail yourself and look
->> at
->> >the headers.
->> Ok, but how can I tell what binary is running?
->> When compiled does it automatically put the program into a specific
->> directory? or do I have to move the compiled binary?
->> >> Am I supposed to put the file in my /etc directory?
->> >
->> >Yes.
->> >
->> What m4 made looks much different than the file I am using
->> now
->> here is the file.. is this correct?
->> VERSIONID( 1.0)
->> OSTYPE(bsd4.4)DOMAIN(generic)MAILER(local)MAILER(smtp)
->> nodns)F
->> EATURE(virtusertable)
->> and or do I need to compile this into something?
->> Thank you for all the help

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