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PROBLEM : we send a mail message from unix through mdaemon to the internet which works fine, however, the from field looks like user@zeus.relay, ie zeus being our Unix box. Is it possible to change the mapping to say user@relay.ie .
If we could just get the FROM field correct then all else would be straight forward. By the way we are using SCO Unix.
Thank you.
T.c
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Check your sendmail.cf configuration file in /etc. A section
in this file describes how header lines are made up. You
probably need a sendmail.cf wizard to change the rulesets
(it's a hell of a job to get right).

kind regards,

Jos
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