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Chris Taylor writes:
> What you do is tell each of the people with the privilege to post to use
> the sender name and return address of "news-releases-owner".
Originator, not sender. The distinction can be critical.
> The name of the sender and the return address of the sender are arbitrary
> values that you set in your email client. IMHO this is okay since you
> are not messing with the email headers
The From header is an originator header. The originator may change it;
nobody else may do so. It is perfectly acceptable to do so, if the mailbox
belongs to the originator (that is, mail sent to that mailbox is received
by the originator).
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Rich Pieri <firstname.lastname@example.org> / Do not taunt Happy Fun Ball.
Sysmonster, Unix Wrangler /
Prescient Technologies, Inc. /
I speak for myself, not PTI or SWEC /