On Saturday 12 June 2004 05:49 pm, Kit Halsted wrote:
> Howdy folks:
> I'm having a bit of a problem here, one that will turn into a HUGE
> problem come Monday morning...
> I have a mail server running qmail (netqmail 1.05) + vpopmail (5.5.0)
> + SqWebMail (3.6.2). We're using it for a single client, & they
> wanted their primary domain changed today. I thought it was as simple
> as changing the contents of /home/vpopmail/etc/defaultdomain, but
> there's a glitch:  SqWebMail no longer sends from the correct
> address. It accepts the login (username only, no domain), but the
> address it shows is [EMAIL PROTECTED], not [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Anybody know how to fix this?
> Thanks,
> -Kit

Check /usr/local/share/sqwebmail/hostname

From sqwebmail INSTALL file:
   /usr/local/share/sqwebmail/hostname - when SqWebMail is installed with
   a  basic  configuration for a single domain, SqWebMail sets the domain
   in  the  return  address  for  outgoing messages to the defined system
   hostname.  If  this file exists it will be used instead of the defined
   system hostname.

Ken Jones

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