This section presents a step-by-step procedure for generating your
PMDF-X400 configuration files using the
x400 utility. Refer to Chapter 11 for a sample configuration
rootto ensure that the necessary privileges are available to create the configuration files. If you are not logged in as
root, do so now.
/usr/binin your search path:
# cd /pmdf/table # pmdf configure x400
/pmdf/tabledirectory. After the first configuration,
pmdf configure x400can use the answers to the previous run as the default answers.
pmdf configure x400utility, print the
/pmdf/table/x400.checklistfile and complete the configuration by following the steps outlined in the checklist.
pmdf test -channel x400command, as described in the PMDF-X400 Chapter of the PMDF System Manager's Guide. Once your configuration is able to successfully connect to the remote MTA you can test further by sending mail to an X.400 recipient. X.400 address formats are described in the PMDF System Manager's Guide and PMDF User's Guide.
lsutility to check whether they are stuck in either of the
/pmdf/queue/x400_localdirectories. Examination of log files in the
/pmdf/logdirectory will help isolate gateway delivery problems. See the sub-section Debugging and Tracing MTA Connections in the PMDF-X400 chapter of the PMDF System Manager's Guide for additional assistance with X.400 specific problems. See the section Maintenance and Troubleshooting in the PMDF System Manager's Guide for additional information on tracking general PMDF delivery problems.
pmdf cnbuildutility. See the PMDF System Manager's Guide for more information.