Re: sendmail config Q.
I have a similar question:
Almost every client that uses sendmail to post mail to my ISP uses my
login_name.machine_name for the return address. I get my mail from a POP
account using fetchmail, so my actual mail address is my user_name@my_ISP.
I don't have the problem with TkMail or mutt because those clients have an option to
insert the correct info. How can I get sendmail to do this?
TIA for any help.
>> From email@example.com Sun Dec 27 09:10:22 1998
>> Date: Sat, 02 Aug 1997 12:57:34 +0800
>> From: zhaoway <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> To: email@example.com
>> Subject: sendmail config Q.
>> i want to rewrite the reply-to addr. according to the receipent's email
>> i don't know howto. anyone can help me? i use sendmail.
>> why i want this, if you have interests to read on:-)
>> my boss do not want to manage multiple email accounts.
>> he setup his reply-to addr. to be firstname.lastname@example.org, and want to
>> deliever local mail locally, but you see, when manager got the boss's
>> local email, and do a reply, it's forward to email@example.com which is
>> through the isdn to our isp, but the boss want it be delievered locally,
>> directlly, to firstname.lastname@example.org which is in our local LAN. i hope you
>> got it.
>> thank you for your patience on my englidh :-)
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