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How can I change sender mail addresses under sendmail

Posted on 2011-03-10
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hi all,

The sender mail address is apache@localhost.localdomain when I check it under maillog, I tried to change it from sendmail.mc to: LOCAL_DOMAIN(`my-domain')dnl, and restarted sendmail, but still shows localhost.localdomain.  where shall I change that setting?

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in the httpd conf file
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there isn't localhost.localdomain under httpd.conf file?
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In sendmail.cf try setting Dj as follows.

   Djlocaldomain.com

substituting your domain name, then restart sendmail
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the error was from hosts file
thanks guys
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