Warning Sendmail requires libsasl in order to properly send authentication requests to SendGrid servers. The saslauthd server daemon is not required unless you plan to receive authentication requests to the same server. For more information on configuring sendmail for SASL support, check the official documentation.
Set the authorization credentials in /etc/mail/access
Define the Smart Host in /etc/mail/sendmail.mc You should add these lines just after the commented “#dnl define(‘SMART_HOST’, ‘smtp.your.provider’)dnl” line in the file
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Update sendmail.cf and access.db files(You will need to run these commands as ‘su’ or ‘root’)
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On older distros, you can run restart sendmail like so:
If, however, you’re using a newer version, do the following to restart: