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I am in need of some sendmail help if possible.. please PM or call me at XXX-264-109X
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what is the problem you are having with sendmail?

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The problem I had with redhat is that the recipient mail server sees the redhat box as a rogue mail sender... a spam machine, and the messages get dropped.
What I did to overcome this is set up a mail account on a mail server. Then on the redhat machine, send mail as a client not a server. It's been working for a few years solidly.
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might want to take your phone number off of a public forum

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