Jon Carnes jonc at nc.rr.com
Tue Sep 16 19:32:41 CEST 2003

Fear not. Mailman always looks for a local smtp server to hand off it's
mail; thus you want "default_email_host" to be mydomain.com. So it
displays your email addresses as being from that domain.

Good luck - Jon Carnes

On Tue, 2003-09-16 at 12:01, Ricardo Kleemann wrote:
> Hi,
> Is this setting used for determining which outbound smtp
> host to contact, or for the mailhost displayed for replies,
> or both?
> I want to be able to set the smtp host for sending email to
> "localhost", yet I don't want that setting to be exposed, or
> be appended to the list address.
> For example, I want my list to be a virtual address,
> mylist at mydomain.com, and so the mailhost for incoming mail
> should be "mydomain.com"... but I want mailman to use
> "localhost" for its own smtp server.
> Are there separate settings for that?
> Thanks
> Ricardo
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