Re: use of sendmail -f flag for relaying
- On Thu, Sep 25, 2008 at 01:35:14PM -0700, scott andreas wrote:
> hello groupThe "-f sender" option has to come before the blah@..."
> Here is what I'm trying to do. I want to set up Postfix 2.3 to send
> emails. I'm using Postfix as a relay only server to Google Apps. At Google
> Apps we have our domain email hosted with many accounts (+400).
> We have an application server that runs under a user.
> When the application sends an email it sends it out properly with the
> command # sendmail -t blah@... .... with out problems
> Now when it tries to send an email with command # sendmail -t
> blah@... -f myname@... it still sends it out as
command-line recipient. Why are you using both a command-line
recipient and parsing recipients from To:/Cc:/Bcc: headers via "-t"?
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