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Date:      Thu, 22 Aug 2002 10:10:50 +0200
From:      Andreas Wideroe Andersen <awand@pragma.no>
To:        freebsd-questions@FreeBSD.ORG
Subject:   Re: sendmail problems
Message-ID:  <3D649C8A.1020207@pragma.no>
References:  <000001c249a8$292af650$0800a8c0@p4>

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Hutterer wrote:

 > FreeBSD pub.erz.univie.ac.at 4.6-RELEASE FreeBSD 4.6-RELEASE #0: 
Tue Jun
 > 11 06:14:12 GMT 2002
 > murray@builder.freebsdmall.com:/usr/src/sys/compile/GENERIC  i386

 > Sendmail does not work. How to fix this??
 > pub sendmail[163]: g7M6oBFo000163: SYSERR(www): collect: Cannot 
write
 > ./dfg7M6oBFo000163 (bfcommit, uid=80, gid=25): Permission denied
 >
 > Aug 22 08:50:11 pub sendmail[163]: g7M6oBFo000163: SYSERR(www): 
collect:
 > Cannot write ./dfg7M6oBFo000163 (bfcommit, uid=80, gid=25): 
Permission
 > denied
 >
 > Aug 22 08:50:11 pub sendmail[163]: g7M6oBFo000163: SYSERR(www): 
queueup:
 > cannot create queue temp file ./tfg7M6oBFo000163, uid=80: 
Permission denied
 >
 > Aug 22 08:50:11 pub sendmail[163]: g7M6oBFo000163: SYSERR(www): 
queueup:
 > cannot create queue temp file ./tfg7M6oBFo000163, uid=80: 
Permission denied
 >
 > Aug 22 08:50:11 pub sendmail[163]: g7M6oBFo000163: SYSERR(www): 
queueup:
 > cannot create queue temp file ./tfg7M6oBFo000163, uid=80: 
Permission denied

Hi,
Are you getting these too?

Msmtp: Warning: first argument in [IPC] mailer must be TCP or FILE
Mesmtp: Warning: first argument in [IPC] mailer must be TCP or FILE
Msmtp8: Warning: first argument in [IPC] mailer must be TCP or FILE
Mrelay: Warning: first argument in [IPC] mailer must be TCP or FILE

If so, you belive need to rebuild your sendmail.cf file from the
sendmail.mc file in /usr/src... using m4 and stuff. I have the same
problem too, just haven't found time to fix it yet.

Try to reading /usr/src/contrib/sendmail/cf/README for more info.

/Andreas



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