you could use Authenticated SMTP (as others have said), or you could
(if sendmail 8.11) put
From: kevin at suberic.net
On Mon, 20 Nov 2000, kevin lyda wrote:
> ok, right now mail leaves my laptop direct for the net. since more
> and more mail servers are dropping mail from dialup connections, what
> i would like it to do is use a mail hub. so let's say i have a machine
> foo.net on the net. how can i configure foo.net to accept mail from my
> machine with any From address and from any ip address?
>> for example, i might connect from 220.127.116.11 and send a message to
>ilug at linux.ie from kevin at suberic.net, and then another message to
>bigkahuna at doolin.net from kevin at itg.ie. later on i might do a similar
> sequence from 18.104.22.168.
>> is there an authenticated smtp?
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