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postfix FROM address incorrect and has two @ signs

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I have  an Ubuntu 14.04 server that I am running postfix.  I'm not sure what I changed in the configuration but the "from " address in return path is displaying something like "Address-452-248-248@address"@mydomain.com

Obviously this is being kicked back.  I need help setting this back up properly.

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Check with masquerade has been configured in main.cf

Ty/SA
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