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Re: exim masquerading problems



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A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far way, someone said...

> That's what I was doing and it worked fine, except that debconf was sending
> mail to root@linux.wku.edu, which most definitely isn't me. I would like to
> know a way to stop that without having to stop exim from doing that for me,
> since I've yet to find a way to set the from address in mutt.

In that case it's probably something simple like qualify_domain being set
to something weird.

Would it help to look at other config that works perfect?

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Phil Brutsche				    pbrutsch@tux.creighton.edu

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