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How can I configure Sendmail to use the From address as the envelope sender?

My Sendmail is using daemon-user@internal.hostname.example.com as the envelope sender on messages my server generates using /usr/bin/sendmail. I want it to get the address from the From: header in ...
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What is the correct way to get an NDR to be sent when a bounce back occurs?

I have a user who developed a WebApp that sends SMTP messages. Users are able to reply to the message using a MUA (outlook, whatever) but there is no NDR if the user doesn't exist. I suspect that ...
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Postfix centralized relay - How to hide the originating server?

I have a central mail relay server and other 4 servers that send mail through the first one. When I send a mail from one of the "slave" servers, the outgoing mail arrives to the destination with some ...
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config postfix with servername apache

'lo I would like to configure the retrun-path of postfix using the ServerName parameter of Apache. Or with an other parameter of Apache. Is it possible? Exemple : I have /home/toto2/ with ...
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Set ReturnPath globally in Postfix

I have Magento using Sendmail and Wordpress using PHPmailer to send webapp-generated mail. Occasionally, someone will enter their email address incorrectly and the mail (let's say, a purchase receipt) ...
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How to set Return-Path header of postfix bounced messages

i have an debian6 with postfix and dovecot. A customer has an Exchange wich connects with an POP3 Connector onto some mailboxes. The postfix relays messages for the exchange server. Bounced messages ...
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sendmail is using return-path instead of from address

I have a customer that is complaining about emails marked as spam. I'm looking at the header. It shows the correct From: reg@company.com However, it doesn't like the return-path. Return-Path: ...
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How come there are two `Return-Path:` fields?

RFC822 on Return-Path:: This field is added by the final transport system that delivers the message to its recipient. The field is intended to contain definitive information about ...
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bash script in unix - return full path and filename

I want to design bash script in unix and this bash return full path because I want to use this file in other places.
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how I can return more than one value from windows to unix-AIX?

i'm have to server:- 1-windows-server 2003 2-UNIX-AIX I execute something in windows server and now I want to return some value from windows to unix .... how I can do it I install copssh in windows ...
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Do out-of-office replies get sent to the return-path header?

I always thought that the return-path header was used for bounced messages, so I have my email newsletter software setup to unsubscribe anyone whose email address replies back to the return-path email ...
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Linux Exim set return-path header automaticly using from header

I use Exim on a Centos distribution and have some problems with the mail sending. In order to make all the email pass the spam filters the "Return-path" and "Sender" headers have to be attached to ...