At 7:52 PM 7/25/95, Colin Mackenzie wrote:
>Is sendmail refusing to put the qualified domain name on? When I force
>the name, is it trying to resolve it first and then replacing it with the hosts
>actual name? If so, how do I get around this? (preferably before I go
Sendmail will always put the name of the host. I think the only way to get
around it is to create an A record with the other hostname in DNS and it'll
stick when you specify it with the -h option. I think it would also work
for the masquerade host/domain if you have one set.
Michael L. Barrow
Founder/Director, New England Technology Forum
ACI 4th Dimension Internet Resources Administrator
Network Engineer, Net Daemons Associates, Inc.