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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by wampoei, Feb 20, 2004.

  1. wampoei

    wampoei Registered

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    Every now and then the contents of file /etc/localdomains is changed automagicly back to some earlier state.

    When that happens exim refuses relaying for the domainnames that have been deleted. I have to reenter them to get things to work. How can I avoid this?

    thanks, Ron.
     
  2. Servia

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    Any solutions to this problem?

    I'm having this same problmen.. any solutions?
     
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    bump...i'm having same problem as well.

    Anyone have any ideas?
     
  4. Fanuc5

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    Well, I am having the same thing happen to me.... The only thing that i have come up with, just to bandaid fix it... is to copy the localdomains file and then run a cron on a bath rutine to copy the backup over the old one on a daly basis.

    JMP
     
  5. cPanelBilly

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    any domain you do not want in /etc/localdomains add to /etc/remotedomains and remove from /etc/localdomains
     
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    Thanks! That is the fix i have been looking for, and its working just fine!

    JMP
     

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