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comment setup fetchmail/exim4 to download from gmail account and forward to another email address
The actual error is already in the original post. It literally says, "emailto@example.com: unroutable address"
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comment setup fetchmail/exim4 to download from gmail account and forward to another email address
Looking into dc_other_hostnames, it looks like that value is used to determine which are the hostnames for mail that should be delivered locally, but I'm actually just trying to get exim4 setup to send mail externally and it's telling me that the addresses are unroutable.
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comment setup fetchmail/exim4 to download from gmail account and forward to another email address
btw, thanks for the suggestions. Apologies for not posting the version info earlier. also added my update-exim4.conf.conf file.
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comment setup fetchmail/exim4 to download from gmail account and forward to another email address
posted my version numbers and I don't think those apply to me.
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comment setup fetchmail/exim4 to download from gmail account and forward to another email address
What do I have to set that macro to? And where do I do that? Also, I tried to explain why I'm not just using the gmail forwarding, but it has to do with wanting the headers to reflect that the mail is being forwarded. For example, if a@a.com sends an email to b@b.com and b@b.com forwards it to c@c.com, when c@c.com sees the mail, it will look as if it's coming from a@a.com if I setup forwarding in gmail. I actually want c@c.com to see the mail as coming from b@b.com.
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