This change can not happen without violating certain RFCs, and
it may not even be visible in some mail clients. The bottom
line is that the message really is from firstname.lastname@example.org and that
fact should not be changed by forging headers. If you want
that user's messages to look like they came from your system,
you should create an account on your system for him to use
instead of AOL.
Andy Richards wrote:
> Can anyone help me. I have setup majordomo for my client hosting a
> specific domain. However they post to a closed list from an aol account.
> The message their clients recieve say from: email@example.com. Is it possible
> to change this to firstname.lastname@example.org, making this look a little more
> forgot to say we are using...
> version majordomo-1.94.5
> version Perl v5.6.1
> operating system redhat7.2
> mailer sendmail-8.11.6-3