what is from [sic (wrong)] with this picture? -- Answer: It's
Ubuntu, not FreeBSD
kline at thought.org
Wed Sep 29 20:24:21 UTC 2010
On Wed, Sep 29, 2010 at 08:13:53AM +0200, Bas Smeelen wrote:
> >> You can't have a sending domain as thought.org if the @ record for thought.org doesn't exist, IIRC.
> >> Look to your DNS for the solution, IMNSHO.
> No MX for thought.org
> It did have a SOA a minute ago, but this is gone also
> >>> By default, postfix was installed on my ubuntu desktop. I am not
> >>> familiar with it. I would =like= it to be sending mail to my server
> >>> without the $HOST name instead of $HOST.$DOMAIN name. I know there are
> >>> a bunch of us who use this kind of setup: FreeBSD for server things and
> >>> some version of linux as a desktop.
> >>> Really, this looks like a postfix blunder. How do I tell postfix to
> >>> rewrite th e outgoing address without the hostname?
> This is a postfix question.
> Modify main.cf and set myorigin I guess?
Yes! changing the line in main.cf lets things get thru to my
server cleanly, thanks for the tip. I still don't understand
what's wrong with my DNS files. Hopefully, other folk on-list
will see what's messed up.
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