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I've got mailman and exim on my server for our mailing lists. When you send a message to it ( testlist@bar.company.com ), the message sender is testlist@foo.company.com. This server is locally known as foo.company.com, with bar.company.com as an alias. foo.company.com is the servers internal name, while bar.company.com is what outsiders see. How can I get mailman to send from bar.company.com rather than foo?

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Is this showing up in the From, Reply-To, or Return-Path headers? –  Hyppy Jun 13 '12 at 15:40
    
Messages come from the sender, as the lists are set up. the reply-to address is incorrect. –  Bocochoco Jun 13 '12 at 16:15

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Check, please, in web interface for list what you have in in General section in host_name. You should have bar.company.com here. You can also explicit set reply_to_address in same section.

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