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The sendmail configured in the SunOS server is capable of sending and recieving mails. I want to block the port 25 use and want to stop the incoming facility of the sendmail. Please advise what should be doing for that. Should I stop the sendmail service.
How can I find out how old my Solaris machine is? It was suggested to look at the files in /etc/ and simply pick the oldest date. But wouldn't some dates represent the OS version, and may not necessarily be as new as the box itself? Or is this a good enough measure? Any better techniques? Is there...