I'm having a hell of a time with send-pr.
See thread below from the comp.mail.sendmail Usenet group; this is what worked for me after I had the same problem:
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I know the regulars here must be incredibly tired of responding to the
same questions over and over. I apologize in advance, but I *have* read
through all the masquerading posts I could find in this group, the
sendmail FAQ, and the FreeBSD handbook. I'm at a loss. Please don't
Typical goal: I want my messages, including envelopes, to appear as though they are from my domain name rather than the specific host.
Sendmail is version 8.12.3, running on FreeBSD 4.6-RELEASE.
Here's an example of a local test message with headers:
From: Kevin Stevens <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Date: Tue Aug 06, 2002 09:37:55 US/Pacific To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: test Return-Path: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Received: from babelfish.pursued-with.net (localhost [127.0.0.1]) by babelfish.pursued-with.net (8.12.3/8.12.3) with ESMTP id g774bteb056372 for <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>; Tue, 6 Aug 2002 21:37:55 -0700 (PDT) (envelope-from [EMAIL PROTECTED]) Received: (from [EMAIL PROTECTED]) by babelfish.pursued-with.net (8.12.3/8.12.3/Submit) id g774btRg056371 for [EMAIL PROTECTED]; Tue, 6 Aug 2002 21:37:55 -0700 (PDT) Message-Id: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Basically, I want "babelfish." excised in its entirety.
I began with the typical MASQUERADE_AS( ) and FEATURE(`masquerade_envelope') settings, and have progressed in confusion to FEATURE(`masquerade_entire_domain') and more esoteric things. Here's the salient portion of my current .mc file:
FEATURE(access_db, `hash -T<TMPF> /etc/mail/access') FEATURE(blacklist_recipients) FEATURE(local_lmtp) FEATURE(mailertable, `hash -o /etc/mail/mailertable') FEATURE(relay_based_on_MX) FEATURE(virtusertable, `hash -o /etc/mail/virtusertable')dnl MASQUERADE_AS(`pursued-with.net')dnl FEATURE(`masquerade_envelope')dnl FEATURE(`masquerade_entire_domain')dnl MASQUERADE_DOMAIN_FILE(`/etc/mail/masqueraded-hosts')dnl MASQUERADE_DOMAIN(`pursued-with.net')dnl
Nothing I do seems to make any difference, which is what's really
strange. I've tested, and the sendmail.cf file does get updated and the
daemon restarted when using the "make all install restart" format, for
what that's worth. I can post any other needed info, just ask. Thanks
for any assistance.
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Per Hedeland) Subject: Re: Another stupid masquerading question... Date: Thu, 8 Aug 2002 00:32:22 +0000 (UTC) Newsgroups: comp.mail.sendmail Message-ID: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
In article <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Kevin Stevens
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
a) I don't particularly want to display my internal host names all over
the world (although apparently I don't mind doing it on Usenet - eek!).
Why do you care, especially if the name can't be found in DNS - are you
ashamed of it or something?:-)
b) With this configuration, other SMTP hosts can't authenticate my mail
server, since that hostname isn't published/resolvable in the outside
world. As below:
As Neil points out, this site violates the RFCs, and it's unusual.
However the RFCs also say that you should give the "official" name of
the host in the HELO argument (or a dotted quad if the host doesn't have
an official name), and an official name must be in DNS, so it's
reasonable to fix this.
The simplest way to do it is to define confDOMAIN_NAME in the .mc file,
see cf/README. What to set it to in a case like yours is perhaps not
obvious, to be as "correct" as possible it should be a name that
resolves to the IP address that remote servers are seeing when you
connect, as well as the name that that IP address reverse-resolves to.
If you can't meet both of those requirements for some reason (you should
be able to), it's probably best to go for the former. And be sure to
never set the same confDOMAIN_NAME on two different servers (whereas
using the same MASQUERADE_AS on multiple servers can be perfectly OK).
--Per Hedeland [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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