Zylogue wrote: > This looks like it will be a great solution for my needs, as > well. However, I need to be able to respond/reply to messages from a > variety of accounts and still have the sent message going out the > correct account. This is for internal e-mail accounts that I have in > some monitored customer's networks and for mailing lists. > > How could this be handled sensibly? > > Thanks! > > Zylogue > I am not sure I understand what you are after - do you want the From: address on replies to match the To: address of the mail you are replying to, or do you want all the mails to have the same e-mail address? (All from [email protected]?) The first case is usually handled by the program you use to read the mail, the second cane be, or can be handled by the local smtp program. I don't remember if Sendmail requires any configuration to let you use other From: addresses. If you want each From: address to use a different relay host, or send some mail directly to the clients mail server, that can als be done. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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