Difference between revisions of "Allow Non-existent Domains"

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<li>On every CanIt machine, edit /etc/mail/access.  Right *ABOVE* the line that reads:
 
<li>On every CanIt machine, edit /etc/mail/access.  Right *ABOVE* the line that reads:
  # DO NOT EDIT BELOW THIS LINE: CANIT MAY DELETE CHANGES BELOW THIS LINE</tt>
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:<tt># DO NOT EDIT BELOW THIS LINE: CANIT MAY DELETE CHANGES BELOW THIS LINE</tt>
 
add the line:
 
add the line:
gbtravel.americanexpress.com OK
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:<tt>gbtravel.americanexpress.com OK</tt>
 
<li>On every CanIt machine, run:   
 
<li>On every CanIt machine, run:   
make -C /etc/mail
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:<tt>make -C /etc/mail</tt>
 
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Revision as of 10:13, 9 July 2014

You can allow a specific unresolvable domain through by following these steps:

  1. On every CanIt machine, edit /etc/mail/access. Right *ABOVE* the line that reads:
    # DO NOT EDIT BELOW THIS LINE: CANIT MAY DELETE CHANGES BELOW THIS LINE
    add the line:
    gbtravel.americanexpress.com OK
  2. On every CanIt machine, run:
    make -C /etc/mail