then Exim will rewrite all addresses in the envelope and the headers, removing anything between @ and your.domain. This applies to all messages that Exim processes. If you want to rewrite sender addresses only, the the rule should be
*@*.your.domain $email@example.com Ffrs
This applies the rule only to the envelope sender address and to the From:, Reply-to:, and Sender: headers.
I installed sqwebmail(debian package - sqwebmail_0.53.3-5_i386.deb), which is part of the courier-base package. I use Exim4 for my MTA and apache2 for my webserver. All is running on Debian Etch. Sqwebmail works for receiving mail, but it generates a Return-path header, which includes the host name of the machine it runs on. The domain name is appended. I think only the domain name should appear to the right of @ sign.
I have checked the documentation and searched google, but have not been able to find out to configure sqwebmail to generate a return-path that does not include the host name.
Does anyone know what I am missing?
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