And how the name/account under which the user gained access to send mail will appear in the Received headers?

Tom Collins wrote:

On Oct 25, 2005, at 8:35 AM, Ingo Claro wrote:

How can I do that with smtp auth qmail validates that the from must be the
same that the auth user?

the idea is to avoid some user [EMAIL PROTECTED] can impersonate another
user and send mails with another from:  [EMAIL PROTECTED], I only want to
admit him to send emails with from: [EMAIL PROTECTED], being domain.com a
local domain.

No current way to do it.

Note though, that if smith pretends to be jones, his name will appear in the "Received:" headers of the message.

If you try to force the SMTP AUTH username to be the same as the MAIL FROM, then smith can just send his forged e-mail from another server.

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