In article <1992Sep30.email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (Bill Wisner) writes:
>email@example.com (Dan Mosedale) writes:
>>In SunOS, this is done by setting up sendmail.cf to use the
>>OR command (see /usr/lib/sendmail.subsidiary.cf).
>When the R option is enabled, *all* mail gets delivered through the
>mail host. The From: address on outbound mail gets set to the name
>of your domain, rather than your individual hostname. This is not
>always the correct thing to do.
The context of the suggestion was that everyone is NFS-mounting
/usr/spool/mail from the mail host. In that case, why wouldn't it be
correct for the From: address to be an address that gets delivered to that
Clearly, any machine that has its own /usr/spool/mail would not use this
feature, but that's not what we're talking about.
-- Barry Margolin System Manager, Thinking Machines Corp.
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