Isnt there a way to do it virtually? I mean you can change the senders
address which is kinda like a ghost in programs such as Eudora or
Netscape mail and so on. Can't majordomo do this?
Our clients would like to see their domain as the senders address when it
comes back from our system instead of firstname.lastname@example.org.
On 8 Jul 1998, Rich Pieri wrote:
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> > I have a few mailing lists setup on one of our servers and recently a
> > client asked us if there was a way to make the SENDERS address not equal
> > to our machines name?
> By definition, Sender *must* be a mailbox which includes your machine's
> canonical name.
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