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exim 4.2 NO Host_accept_relay?

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  1. typer

    typer Active Member

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    Hi All;

    I have recently upgraded my Cpanel and noticed that the exim is upgraded from 3 to 4.

    The exim 4.2 has a totally new exim.conf relay configuration.

    In my exim 3, I have allowed certain IP addresses so that
    those ips can send out email from my machine.

    host_accept_relay = 10.100.3.0/24 : 10.200.4.0/24
    was my configuaration in my exim 3 server.

    But in exim4, that function has no longer provided.

    What is the proper syntax that i can put on the exim.conf (exim 4) to achieve that?

    Thank you^^

    Janice

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    Just put them in /etc/relayalways

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    Re: Re: exim 4.2 NO Host_accept_relay?

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    Re: Re: exim 4.2 NO Host_accept_relay?

    bdraco. Didn't you mean /etc/relayhosts?

    I have already put in the ip into relayhosts but still
    that particular ip cannot send email from my cpanel server.

    Anyone got idea?

    Janice

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    No, he meant /etc/relayalways . Different file.

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    but when i take a look of the exim.conf
    there is no such file mentioned in there.
    anyway, i put in the ip 10.100.10.0/24 in /etc/relayalways
    and restart exim but doesnt work.
    do i have to adjust the exim.conf?

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