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Re: Rewriting of From: and Reply-To: headers
> I have finally gotten zmailer-2.99.45beta0 compiled on Linux/AXP!
> Yes, I have just found out that zmailer is now up to 2.99.48. I have
> just begun to work on getting it to compile (hopefully with ease
> considering that I have just gone through the entire process!).
You did read the INSTALL file, didn't you ?
> Zmailer is working flawlessly except for one minor problem. When I
> send a message through (i.e. point my PC mail program to the Linux
> machine) it rewrites the From: and Reply-To: headers. So instead of
> having headers that look like 'email@example.com' I end up
> getting 'hickey@bucky'. Unfortunately the hickey@bucky address does
> not work too well outside of my domain.
Check your /etc/hosts
I have a feeling it tells something of style:
184.108.40.206 bucky bucky.alphapower.com alphapower.com
This however should not matter, as the "localnames" mapping
has been around for quite a while.
... unless you have it coded as:
... in which case the 'bucky' will not be mapped to the desired
presentation name ...
> Does anyone have any ideas what is going on? Is it something that I
> did on the install? Is there a change I can make to a config file (I
> have been reading through them trying to find where this is
> happening)? Is this a known problem with 2.99.45 and will be fixed by
> getting 2.99.48 installed?
Umm.. No, it is not known problem, but you CAN create it
with careless configuring...
> Gerard Hickey firstname.lastname@example.org
/Matti Aarnio <email@example.com>