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RE: [PBML] Sendmail

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  • Charles K. Clarkson
    ... The @megawebservers.com might be coming from sendmail because someone has turned on the always_add_domain feature:
    Message 1 of 30 , Feb 1, 2003
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      picsian1 <imoq172@...> wrote:

      : When I get the email, the From address shows up as :
      :
      : Howard.Hunt@...
      :
      : Howard.Hunt is coming from the $Contact, but where
      : is the @... coming from? I'd like
      : to change it to my domain. How would I do that?

      The "@..." might be coming from
      sendmail because someone has turned on the
      "always_add_domain" feature:
      http://www.tek-tips.com/gviewthread.cfm/lev2/3/lev3/15/pid/14/qid/436479

      Have you tried to send the email with the domain
      you want added on to $Contact? Your example seems to
      indicate that you are not sending the domain name in
      $Contact, but you don't actually say that.

      $Contact .= '@...'


      This is a sendmail issue, not a perl programming
      issue. Have you tried USENET: news:comp.mail.sendmail?
      Search at groups.google before asking your question.


      HTH,

      Charles K. Clarkson
      --
      Head Bottle Washer,
      Clarkson Energy Homes, Inc.
      Mobile Home Specialists
      254 968-8328
    • picsian1 <imoq172@hotmail.com>
      Charles, Thank you for responding. You re dead-on!. You must include the domain at the end. Thanks again. gary ...
      Message 2 of 30 , Feb 2, 2003
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        Charles,
        Thank you for responding. You're dead-on!. You must include the
        domain at the end.
        Thanks again.
        gary

        --- In perl-beginner@yahoogroups.com, "Charles K. Clarkson"
        <cclarkson@h...> wrote:
        > picsian1 <imoq172@h...> wrote:
        >
        > : When I get the email, the From address shows up as :
        > :
        > : Howard.Hunt@m...
        > :
        > : Howard.Hunt is coming from the $Contact, but where
        > : is the @... coming from? I'd like
        > : to change it to my domain. How would I do that?
        >
        > The "@..." might be coming from
        > sendmail because someone has turned on the
        > "always_add_domain" feature:
        > http://www.tek-
        tips.com/gviewthread.cfm/lev2/3/lev3/15/pid/14/qid/436479
        >
        > Have you tried to send the email with the domain
        > you want added on to $Contact? Your example seems to
        > indicate that you are not sending the domain name in
        > $Contact, but you don't actually say that.
        >
        > $Contact .= '@...'
        >
        >
        > This is a sendmail issue, not a perl programming
        > issue. Have you tried USENET: news:comp.mail.sendmail?
        > Search at groups.google before asking your question.
        >
        >
        > HTH,
        >
        > Charles K. Clarkson
        > --
        > Head Bottle Washer,
        > Clarkson Energy Homes, Inc.
        > Mobile Home Specialists
        > 254 968-8328
      • Jack Swayze
        I have the MOD Mail::Mailer installed. I am trying to get some information sent to my from a perl script. I get everything except the body. ANy help would
        Message 3 of 30 , Jun 9, 2003
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          I have the MOD Mail::Mailer installed. I am trying to get some
          information sent to my from a perl script. I get everything except the
          body. ANy help would ROCK. I am going in circles. I can send it from the
          command line NP.

          #opt1 SUBROUTINE
          sub opt1
          {
          print "$clear";
          print "what is your name?\n";
          $name=<>;
          chop($name);

          print "What is your email address?\n";
          $email=<>;
          chop($email);

          print "What is the problem. Please give as much information as possible.
          Please include error messages, and what you were doing at the time.\n";
          $problem=<>;


          print "What priority is this (examples...HIGH MEDIUM LOW)\n";
          $priority=<>;
          chop($priority);


          use Mail::Mailer;
          $junior='jswayze@...';
          $mailer = Mail::Mailer->new("sendmail");
          $mailer->open({ From =>$email,
          To =>$junior,
          Subject =>$priority,
          Body =>$problem,
          })
          }
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