[Mailman-Users] can I use a mailman list address as a (qmail)sender address?
Stephen J. Turnbull
stephen at xemacs.org
Mon Feb 13 06:55:08 CET 2012
Geoff Shang writes:
> On Wed, 8 Feb 2012, Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
> > Yup. But he explained this. The list is the public face of a
> > committee, and at least some outgoing mail should appear to be from
> > the committee.
> Couldn't this be done by sending from an existing account and spoofing the
> >From line?
Sure. The question is whether the committee members can reasonably
asked to do that. A lot of software doesn't make that easy; it might
be easier to log in to a common account and send from there.
As I implied earlier, I don't really think this is a good idea, but
without more information from the OP, it's hard to recommend something
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