Exim external & internal root alias delivery
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Using Exim 2.05 on slink i've set it up
with /etc/aliases to don't deliver mail
directly to root but instead to a local
What i've tried and want to do is to create
an other alias but this time to an external
valid email adress (my mobile phone number
Exim is configured to use a smarthost for
delivering mail that are not local
(Automatic Dial UP is done, but i have too
many DNS timeout to leave with "on my own"
option, ie no smarthost).
The problem is that my ISP SMTP server
check for valid domain name in the FROM header...
and as i've no valid user domain i'm a bit
When i should receive a mail on my phone i
don't need to reply to such mail but what
i want is being able to "recognize" where
it comes from : which debian box and which
What i want is to get for the from header:
What i could accept if above is not possible:
But still being able to reply localy to root
when local user mail / reply the SU.
For making it short : for one recipient with
two aliases, one local and one external, is it
possible to change the "from header" only
when delivering to the external one?...
and if yes how ?
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Date: Mon Aug 21 09:41:41 2000 GMT
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