Many thanks for the quick response from everyone.
The problem was caused by the permissions (as most people suggested) but on
the /etc directory (which was group writeable) rather than the
/etc/mail/aliases file itself. After a "chmod g-w /etc" & running newaliases
everything is fine.
The original message is listed below.
> Dear all, > > I've an E450 with a fresh installation of Solaris 7. Sendmail produces this > message everytime an email is sent: > > dbm map "Alias0": unsafe map file /etc/mail/aliases > > None of the sendmail configuration files have been changed (including > /etc/mail/aliases) and the emails reach their destination. Any ideas? > > Regards, > Mark
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