Subject: Re: replacing sendmail with postfix (summary)
To: David Laight <email@example.com>
From: Andrew Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/09/2003 23:31:28
>> (3) sendmail example in /etc/defaults/rc.conf does work with the
>> current sysinst, with some manual tweaking.
>Except that all the sample sendmail config files are brain-dead.
>In order to hide the machine name, and to put the correct address
>in the envelope many systems will need:
>And if on dialup:
> CLIENT_OPTIONS(`Address=0.0.0.0, Modifiers=h')dnl
>Indeed on dialup you may need to masquerade as a system in your ISPs
>domain - and you definitely don't want that name escaping.
the default sendmail configuration assumes that a machine that is
generating outbound smtp messages is properly configured to receive
them at the same name. if your host calls itself one thing, but is
known in the dns as something else, or if you wish to use a third name
for some reason, that's not "standard", and you can't expect not to
have to do at least a little reconfiguration.
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