Can the "From:" field on an incoming message be re-written from:
1) >From: Joe User <hosta.com!juser@uunet.UUCP>
2) >From: hosta.com!juser@uunet.UUCP (Joe User)
I received a few replies falling in one of three categories:
1) Check the definition of "Dq". It was already set to "Dq$g$?x ($x)$.",
which seems to be fine. This appears to be used when sending messages,
and our situation is with receiving messages.
-Claus Assmann <informatik.uni-kiel.de!ca@uunet.UUCP>
-pluto.rain.com!perryh@uunet.UUCP (Perry Hutchison)
2) "This cannot be done with rewrite rules. The preservation of
format is hardwired in code inside 'sendmail'. Rewrite rules can
change what goes inside the <>, but they cannot remove the <>, nor
change what goes outside." I tend to believe this is the case, so
we'll just live with it for now.
-Neil Rickert <cs.niu.edu!rickert@uunet.UUCP>
3) Use a better e-mail tool, such as PC-NFS SelectMail, or fix the one
being used now. I would like to move to a real LAN-based e-mail package,
but it would take funds not yet currently available. Trying to fix the one
used now might be a possibility, but I would prefer to put the time and
money into something better for the long term.
-cellnet.com!jws@uunet.UUCP (Jim Seavey)
Thanks to all for your input!
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