On 2007-09-24 08:34, Duane Winner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I know if I poked around enough, I could find the answer, but am up
> against the wall here and need a quick solution. I just discovered a
> major problem with my sendmail configurations.
> Just recently started consolidating servers by virtual hosting apache,
> several servers on one box. Problem is that the web app sometimes send
> automated emails to users, and now they're getting bounced back because
> the emails are going out with "@fakename.mydomain.org" instead of
> Since there is no DNS entry for "fakename.mydomain.org", recipient's
> mail servers are rejecting these emails from my servers.
> So I have an apache box, "fakename.mydomain.org", hosting 5 virtual
> hosts with unique domain names that do have public dns records.
> I need to all outbound mail appear to be coming from "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"
> or "[EMAIL PROTECTED]", as long as it can be resolved by
> the remote mail server.
> My sendmails are configured to listen on 127.0.0.1 only, since I'm using
> to send, not receive.
See my recent posts on comp.unix.bsd.freebsd.misc about rewriting email
addresses for outgoing email:
This is _exactly_ what you want to do, and the original poster of that
thread is also running Sendmail on 127.0.0.1 only.
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