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Re: [vox-tech] quickie postfix config issue
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Re: [vox-tech] quickie postfix config issue

On Sunday 23 July 2006 01:52, Cylar Z wrote:
> The system is able to receive mail normally. It also
> sends it with no problems. HOWEVER, mail sent from the
> system appears to come from
> "root@localhost.localdomain" instead of from my domain
> name. How can I fix this?

Postfix, being a Mail Transport Agent, just moves mail around; it
does not create the FROM header.

What you are interested in is the host and domain name of the system
as returned by gethostname().  This can be system-dependent and it's
been a while since I have worked with Red Hat... start with
"man hostname" for details.

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