[CentOS] dumb sendmail question -- how to get outbound messages to use "example.com" instead of hostname?
cboyd at gizmopartners.com
Mon Jul 2 20:53:59 UTC 2007
On Jul 2, 2007, at 12:43 PM, Jeff Potter wrote:
> The problem is the hostnames of these machines don't exist in real
> DNS anywhere, so when they try to send mail to the outside world,
> other mail servers are seeing an invalid domain in the from address
> and summarily rejecting the messages (which makes sense).
> I need to figure out how to tell sendmail, when sending outbound
> messages, to use the domain name "example.com", instead of
> "subdomain.example.com". It would seem simple in /etc/mail/
You can set the host name other people see with something like
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