Yesterday, I sent out the message shown below asking for help.
A number of kind folks responded, but none came up with the fix.
My problem was that about 6 of my PC clients were being reported
as "(may be forged)" when sending email.
Much to my chagrin, I recently realized that duplicate entries
in /etc/hosts was enough to make sendmail decide that they
were not to be trusted. After commenting out the incorrect
entries in the /etc/hosts file everything worked as designed!
We have met they enemy, and they is US (me)!
To all who tried to help, Have a GREAT weekend!
Charlie Mengler wrote:
> I would rather not post a complete description of my situation
> here on the list. I need some kind and knowledgable soul who
> would be willing to provide me some giudance so I can solve
> a problem that has me stopped dead in my tracks. What I
> think I'm seeing makes no sense & I am out of ideas on how
> to fix my problem. I think I'm real close to a solution,
> but I won't know for sure until I get it solved.
> Charlie Mengler firstname.lastname@example.org
> Anchor Chips Network Manager
> 619-613-7916(V) 619-676-6896(F)
> 12396 World Trade Drive #212 San Diego, CA 92128-3788
> Fight SPAM! Join CAUCE -------- http://www.cauce.org
-- Charlie Mengler email@example.com Anchor Chips Network Manager 619-613-7916(V) 619-676-6896(F) 12396 World Trade Drive #212 San Diego, CA 92128-3788 Fight SPAM! Join CAUCE -------- http://www.cauce.org
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