Masquerading Virtual domains in sendmail
ahnjoan at gmail.com
Thu Nov 10 11:12:57 GMT 2005
On 11/9/05, Gayn Winters <gayn.winters at bristolsystems.com> wrote:
> I'm installing sendmail.8.13.3 on FBSD 5.4 on node.domain1.com.
> I've configured /etc/mail/local-host-names to accept mail for
> domain1.com and domain2.com.
> My user names look like bob.domain1.com and (a different Bob)
> Inside /etc/mail/virtusertable I map
> bob at domain1.com bob.domain1.com
> bob at domain2.com bob.domain2.com
> Inbound all is well. BUT,
> What I can't figure out is how to masquerade mail from bob.domain1.com
> as being from bob at domain1.com AND ALSO HAVE bob.domain2.com masqueraded
> as being from bob at domain2.com.
> One test of this working is to be able to register both Bob's in the
> FreeBSD mailing lists as bob at domain1.com and bob at domain2.com.
> Ideas? References?
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Try a google search on "genericstable". I'm not sure if this is
exactly what you are looking for as you are trying to send mail via
the same username but it is what I use to specify sender domain for
different users. Understanding this may not be how you want to solve
the issue, you could send as bobA@ and bobB@ and genericstable could
translate that to whatever you would like.
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