On Fri, Sep 24, 1999 at 02:27:13PM -0600, Erik Parker wrote:
Change the sendmail.cf to force it to use the host discuss.pentax.com, changing the reverse DNS for the machine to it matched the A record for discuss.pentax.com changed the hostname on the machine
Uh... If you changed sendmail to rewrite the headers on the outgoing message, that *SHOULD* correct any issues that may be happening in mailman. You're saying that when you changed sendmail to force the header it still isn't getting the right host? Presuming you made the sendmail.cf change correctly, are you sure what you're seeing isn't happening on the receiving side? I mean, if sendmail is doing the correct rewriting then there's not much of an alternative for where the problem is occuring (*IF* sendmail is doing the rewriting you expect it to).
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