It still doesn’t work for me with qmail. Which $SendmailArguments are you
It seems that my qmail does not add “Sender:” field when I send directly,
but it does add it when sent through the RT system.
$MailCommand = ‘sendmailpipe’;
$SendmailPath = “/usr/sbin/sendmail”; (/usr/sbin/sendmail ->
Andy Coates email@example.com
Mon, 11 Nov 2002 10:15:03 -0000
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It doesn’t really help if you’re using Qmail and don’t have
I thought this was in the docs, but my quick search doesn’t find it. I
guess it’s only been made clear on the mailing list. sendmailpipe
isn’t a command, it’s a value for RT’s $MailCommand variable. RT pipes
mail directly to $SendmailPath and the right thing happens more
often. read the comment, and make sure $SendmailPath and
$SendmailArguments are set correctly.
and as for qmail, the reason the Sender entry in the faq doesn’t
address qmail specifically, is cause qmail doesn’t insert sender
Thanks a lot for the clarification on sendmailpipe - it does indeed
remove the Sender: header with Qmail (which also confirms your second
Message: 13From: “Andy Coates” firstname.lastname@example.org
To: “‘seph’” email@example.com
Subject: RE: [rt-users] Problem with email FROM/SENDER fields
Date: Sun, 10 Nov 2002 23:57:52 -0000
We would prefer to see the From field only and ommit the
"Sender" field at
Can anyone suggest/help??
This is such a common question, that it’s answered in the FAQ and
mailing list archives. Why don’t you take a look there?
It doesn’t really help if you’re using Qmail and don’t have sendmailpipe
I sometimes see addresses like firstname.lastname@example.org, or the
Can’t find any info on the former email address, probably qmail setup
related. If anyone has seen it and knows how to set it up properly,
please let me know.