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I am trying to setup virtual domains for sendmail..ie joe@foo.com and sally@boo.com on my server.  Not only is that still not working correctly, but now my sendmail program is inserting the incorrect domain in the replyto header.  thanks.
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Hi....are your running 8.8.5?  Have you setup the rulesets in sendmail.cf and have you compiled the database with makemap and all that?  If you have any questions on how to do these please email me (adam@humboldt1.com) and we'll get you rolling....I just went through the whole deal a couple of months back...
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