On Fri, 18 Jul 1997, Alan wrote:
> This can be done with sendmail. You can set up a rule that will strip out
> the host information.
> >From _Managing NFS and NIS (first edition)_ by O'Reilly & Assoc.,pg 196
> and 197:
> (This is refering to the rewrite rules in sendmail.cf.)
I forgot that this method is a bit outdated. Check out the "masquerade"
option. (DM, I think...) That will do it as well, with a whole lot less
hastle. (The default methods for sendmail 8.8.x include a bunch of
standard rewrites for incoming and outgoing mail, so those rules will not
neccisarily be blank.)
> If you are planning on doing any sort of hacking on sendmail, I suggest
> getting the "Bat Book" from O'Reilly & Assoc. (Sendmail 2nd edition.)
> Make sure you get the 2nd edition, as the first does not cover the lastest
> incarnation of sendmail. (8.8.x.)
"Latest" not "lastest". Augh. "Dyslexia: name for it by ask!"
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