I would like to know how to configure my sendmail so that my reply path in the mail
Thanks a lot for your help / Stephane Bausson
: I would like to know how to configure my sendmail so that my reply path in the mail
: Thanks a lot for your help / Stephane Bausson
The solutions is simple, actually.
Enter this line in your .bash_profile (or .profile):
This will set the reply-to headers in all your e-mail (and news-postings)
to the correct e-mail address.
|\ /| | /| / Name : Mark Wormgoor
| \ / | | / | / WWW : HTTP://www.ipe.nl/riddles/
****** INTERNET PROMOTIONS EUROPE : http://www.ipe.nl/ ******
Due to my recent postings in various Usenet newsgroups, I have been flooded
with unwanted, unsolicited, commercial email. I have taken steps to automate
my, not so polite, retaliation. I am sorry I am forced to do this, but I
am receiving several junk emails a day now. You have been warned.
I just got the RPMs for sendmail 8.9.2, and figured updating was a good
thing to do, as the updates incorporate better security. (I haven't gotten
the bugs out of using my Linux box with my ISP yet, but I'm going to take a
whack again once I get my new ISP account set up)/
I'm using RH5.2, which had sendmail 8.8.7 and sendmail-cf 8.8.7 as RPMS.
The new version has RPMs for sendmail, sendmail-cf, and sendmail-config.
According to the query in the RPM for sendmail-config, "This is needed,
eventually there will be multiple configs to choose from."
However, the files it contains (list follows) conflict with those installed
Do I stick it all in, using the --force option in rpm? Do I leave out
sendmail-config? Why is there a sendmail-config anyway?
Thanks in advance.
CONTENTS OF SENDMAIL-CONFIG
7. Xfree 3.2
10. Sendmail config
11. sendmail config