[clug] Sendmail Config
sjenkin at canb.auug.org.au
Tue Dec 6 03:41:40 GMT 2005
How are you trying to reply??
I.E. Exactly *what* program are you using to send your messages...
Perhaps you have a PERL script you're using??
This seems like a UserAgent (program) problem, not an MTA (sendmail)
I like to use 'pine' - but it doesn't support user aliasing.
So I setup a few local users and some aliases or scripts like:
"su someotherguy pine -p other_ConfigFile"
One of these uses IMAP to a remote server.
BTW: Just who & where are you???
There are a bunch of "Michaels" around.
I'd like to be able to put a name to a face at CLUG meetings...
On Tue, 2005-12-06 at 01:22 +0000, Dr Mikel wrote:
> Hello all,
> Im trying to send emails to people as if it were from someone else. e.g.
> no-reply at mydomain.com
> But for some reason it stills reads as root at hostname.domname, when I set it
> to go out our SMTP server our filter blocks the message because it can't
> resolve root at hostname.domname.
> Most filters these days do the reseverse DNS lookup, and there is no way
> root at hostname.domname is ever going to resolved.
> Is there away around this?
Steve Jenkin, Unix Sys Admin
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