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RE: configuring mail-addresses

From: Graeme . Vetterlein
Subject: RE: configuring mail-addresses
Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2001 11:18:14 +0100

Various solutions suggest themselves:

        1: (the right way :-) Configure sendmail(8) to do 'site hiding'
           This is not as hard as it might first appear. Look in:

                (I was going to suggest using the MACROS {m4} way of
                with help and advice from {works for me}
                but I just spotted that linuxconf has an option to do
exactly this :-)

        2: add 'reply-to' headers (not quite what you asked to do but it
might be
           all you need.

        3: Send using sendmail(8) rather than mail(1) (uuugh!) with the -f
           Rather depends on what userid your 'mail sending process' is
running as.


> Message: 2
> From: Dirk Naujoks <address@hidden>
> To: address@hidden
> Subject: configuring mail-addresses
> Date: Mon, 9 Apr 2001 08:59:00 +0200 
> Hi,
> I've got the following situation:
> There's a cvs-server running on a linux-machine maybe called 
> linuxserv.
> I'm getting acces to the cvs-server using pserver-method. 
> (The client =
> is a WinNT machine and I use WinCVS.)
> I'm sending loginfo mails on each commit. These mails get the sender =
> mail-address "address@hidden".
> Is it possible to send these mails with the sender =
> "address@hidden"?
> Where useronlinuxmachine and userinntdomain are the same user but =
> different names.
> For example:
> The user "naujoks" in the nt-domain is user "dirk" on the 
> linuxserver =
> the Message is sent with the sender "address@hidden" 
> but should =
> be sent with "address@hidden".

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