On Jun 24, 2008, at 2:01 PM, Alex de Kruijff wrote:
I have problem with sendmail that is giving me a headake. I can send
mails als long when I give the from adres, but when I leave this out the
server enters the localname and my ISP isn't accepting the mail. (i.e.
echo 'test' | mail -vs test [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] works, but 
the -f option it gets accepted but is rejected by the isp) I have
masquerade setup, but that doesn't seem to do the trick. However check
on shows that it handeled oke.

Root is an "exposed user", in other words, mail sent by root is not masquaraded by default, even if other addresses would be.

Anyway, this doesn't really matter, as your ISP's mail server should be willing to relay your mail anyway. You should talk with tiscali.nl about what else you might need to do-- perhaps setting up SMTP auth would let you relay through their mailservers...


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