RT 3.4.4 and Sendmail 8.13.4 Masquerading?

I am running RT3.4.4 & Sendmail 8.13.4 on Fedora Core 4. I can send mail
to rt@rt.mydomain.tld (general queue) and generally
rt-queuename@rt.mydomain.tld. rt.mydomain.tld is a CNAME record pointing
to realhostname.mydomain.tld. For outgoing mail (mail sent from RT), the
sender address is in the form rt-queuename@realhostname.mydomain.tld. If
I view the header, Return-Path: is set to
apache@realhostname.mydomain.tld, and at some other point in the header
is ‘Received: (from apache@localhost)’. I want the sender/reply-to
addresses to be rt-queuename@rt.mydomain.tld.

I’m not sure if this involves Sendmail only configuration or tweaking RT
or both. I’m just starting to dig (scrape is more accurate) into
Sendmail.

Tips or suggestions are appreciated.

Thank you,

Ronald Nissley

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Return-Path is not equal to Reply-To field.
Reply-To you can configure from RT config (partly) and in the Templates.
See http://wiki.bestpractical.com/?Template

Return-Path is used to deliver status of the message (for example
bounces) to the sender. You can set this option with -f argument of
sendmail program, but also you have to add RT’s user to the list of
trusted users, see man sendmail.On 12/7/05, Ronald Nissley ronn@emm.org wrote:

I am running RT3.4.4 & Sendmail 8.13.4 on Fedora Core 4. I can send mail to
rt@rt.mydomain.tld (general queue) and generally
rt-queuename@rt.mydomain.tld. rt.mydomain.tld is a CNAME record pointing to
realhostname.mydomain.tld. For outgoing mail (mail sent from RT), the sender
address is in the form
rt-queuename@realhostname.mydomain.tld. If I view the
header, Return-Path: is set to
apache@realhostname.mydomain.tld, and at some other point
in the header is ‘Received: (from apache@localhost)’. I want the
sender/reply-to addresses to be rt-queuename@rt.mydomain.tld.

I’m not sure if this involves Sendmail only configuration or tweaking RT or
both. I’m just starting to dig (scrape is more accurate) into Sendmail.

Tips or suggestions are appreciated.

Thank you,

Ronald Nissley


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| Friends don’t let friends do AOL.|

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