> I have a university account (email@example.com) and a linux box at home. My
> account name is "joe" on the linux box, and I want all outgoing mail to say
> it is from firstname.lastname@example.org. How would I do this?
I'm using sendmail, rather than smail, and the sendmail installation dialogs
ask about this exact situation. I just answered the questions, and it seems
to work--though I do sometimes still get replies going to my home machine as
well as to the department mail machine.
My email return address has been encoded to prevent spamming robots from
snarfing it. If you've sent anything to debian-user recently, you know what I
mean :-(. Friendly humans are welcome to send me email. My username is
gobbel, the hostname should be cogsci.ucsd.edu.
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