On Sat, Apr 28, 2001 at 08:04:59PM -0500, ktb wrote:
> On Sun, Apr 29, 2001 at 01:24:33AM +0100, Brian Potkin wrote:
> > On Sat, Apr 28, 2001 at 06:12:40PM -0500, ktb wrote:
> > > You can also cheat and put something similar in your ~/.muttrc -
> > > my_hdr From: ktb <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > > kent
> > I would say that the response in your previous email is more
> > appropriate. That method can be used to rewrite the envelope From
> > address which I think is used to form the sender line. The my_hdr From:
> > in .muttrc only touches the from: header within the message body.
> Ya that's why it's a "cheat." He said his mail is working. Having
> "Reply-To:" or "From:" written by mutt would at least allow people to
> reply to him. Course I don't see "email@example.com" in his header anyway.
I thank you to spend your time with my problem.
I did not give my true login_on_my_machine, it is not "toto",
it is "robi" and it appears in the file .H of my message
in var/spool/exim/input. I put in attached document this
The header of the message that I receive by debian-user contains:
Delivered-To:firstname.lastname@example.org (this is correct)
(this is not correct because "robi" is my_login-on_my_machine
(the true) and "free.fr" is the domain name of my ISP.
The correct envelope is:
/etc/host : debian
in email-addresses I wrote:
but the change in this file takes no effect.
Sorry to make trouble in your mailboxes with this matter.
robi 1000 1000
147P Received: from robi by debian with local (Exim 3.12 #1 (Debian))
for <email@example.com>; Sat, 28 Apr 2001 18:05:33 +0000
038 Date: Sat, 28 Apr 2001 18:05:33 +0000
039F From: Robin Gerard <firstname.lastname@example.org>
025T To: email@example.com
014 Subject: exim
042I Message-ID: <20010428180533.D1708@debian>
018 Mime-Version: 1.0
043 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
028 Content-Disposition: inline
025 User-Agent: Mutt/1.3.17i
029S Sender: robin <firstname.lastname@example.org>