On Thu, 24 May 2001, Wesley Darlington wrote:
> I would have thought all this stuff was set in the mail client: If
> they tell their outlook that they are paulj at paulj.paulj, then
> that's what appears in the From: line and/or Reply-To: lines.
it is yes. basically:
we use outlook->smtp->sendmail.
but we need to change everyones outlook settings cause our
requirements at the moment are bit more complicated than sendmail
masquerading can do, and i'd like to avoid a terribly unmaintanable
genericstable setup. (that'd just be a layer of lookups and rewrites
too far methinks)
someone was moaning that all this'd be easy with exchange...
so now i need a way to change people's settings from a logon script.
> Exchange probably sets the envelope sender address, though, and may even
> stick /that/ into the body of the message (Eugh!) if a From: or whatever
> line isn't set. Me, I don't think an mta has any business doing that sort
> of thing, but then Exchange is just so much more than an mta, apparently.
> I should probably mention at this point that I've never used or adminned
neither have i, and i never intend to. if unix was to die, methinks
i'd go do some interesting like 2-stroke engine tuning, rather than
take up MS admining. :)
>>  Exchange => Outlook ?
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