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accepted Email sent out from server is just me@servername, not me@domain.com
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comment Email sent out from server is just me@servername, not me@domain.com
Thank you for the explanation.
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comment Email sent out from server is just me@servername, not me@domain.com
@ThomasW. Is it usual to have to use the -r [fromemail@domain.com] flag when using mail to send email out of the local network? I hadn't thought that was the case.
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comment Email sent out from server is just me@servername, not me@domain.com
Thanks, this works, but I wonder why I don't need to use the -r option with mail when I do the same from a different Ubuntu server, which does put the domain name after the user name.
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asked Email sent out from server is just me@servername, not me@domain.com
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