If that just fixes From in the header Im not sure that is entirely my
Since my bounces seem to be related to my localhost domain name, I wonder
about a setting like described here from sendmail's manual.

You can have your host masquerade as another using

This causes mail being sent to be labeled as coming from the indicated
host.domain, rather than $j. One normally masquerades as one of one's own
subdomains (for example, it's unlikely that Berkeley would choose to
masquerade as an MIT site). This behaviour is modified by a plethora of
FEATUREs <http://www.sendmail.org/m4/features.html>; in particular, see
allmasquerade <http://www.sendmail.org/m4/features.html#allmasquerade>,

On 5/8/06, albi <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

On Mon, 8 May 2006 07:14:05 -0600
"Bryan Curl" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> mutt sends mail as usual. Then,
> fetchmail -S smtp.myispmailserver.net
> The mail bounces from myispmailserver.net with an error like
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] (my private domain) is urecognized domain. (exact
> message escapes me at this time)
> The question is how do I tell mutt to send all mail out through '
> smtp.myispmailserver.net'?
> Or maybe I need to configure sendmail or fetchmail differntly?

sometimes i use mutt, this is the part in my .muttrc to get the
from-address right :

set sendmail="/usr/sbin/sendmail [EMAIL PROTECTED] -oi -oem"

grtjs, albi
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