Re: invalid domain (with kmail)
On Tue, 13 Mar 2001, David Bishop wrote:
> So, I'm trying to send email to a domain that uses exim with kmail, and it
> consistenly rejects my email saying that david@dbishop is an invalid domain.
> Since this is the only email address that I have this problem with, I assume
> they turned on some sort of spam protection that looks at an X-header of the
> email to determine that (suprise, suprise!) my domain isn't "real". Well,
> I'm not going to change my whole hostname setup for a single email app
> (sorry), so I'm wondering if I can change something else. I'm using exim
> myself as my smtp server (localhost) so I was wondering what I have to do to
> make this work. Edit my exim config to "spoof" a valid domain? Edit my
> kmail config to do the same? Something else? I'm kinda lost here....
> Oh, and the reason that I'm sending this to debian-kde is that I didn't ever
> get this problem with my previous mailer (pronto), and I'm running debian.
> So, that leads me to suspect it is either a kde issue, or a debian-packaging
> of a kde issue (like the whole authenticating proxy thing, or the internet
> keywork search saying invalid url). Just to clarify :-)
There exists a file /etc/email-adresses which does what you want (I
think). Also check out whether /etc/exim.conf is really using it.