I have a problem setting a config variable. My goal is to achieve the
behaviour that Postfix reads the 'myorigin' config variable from the
/etc/mailname file. I have found some descriptions (for example,
saying 'put the full path name of your file into the config file, and
Postfix will read the first line of that file and use this value:
myorigin = /etc/mailname.' Unfortunately, I could not find exact
references as to which version(s) this rule applies.
If I try to do that -> postfix tells me that the main.cf has a config
error, and it exactly mentions the slash character of the
'/etc/mailname' value of the 'myorigin' variable.
If that matters: postconf -d says that myorigin has default '$myhostname'.
Postfix version is 2.7.1. on a Debian squeeze.
Thanks in advance for your help.