paul on Fri, 12 Oct 2001 00:54:12 -0400

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Re: [PLUG] Windows vs Linux e-mail return address

> Not necessarily.  You can tell your MTA (mail transport agent) that you
> are a "trusted user".  How you do that depends on which MTA you're
> using.  Common ones include sendmail, exim, postfix, and qmail.  Which
> one are you using?  Some specific recommendations could then be made.

My Web host uses Exim. I don't have control over it. My Netscape Messenger
e-mail clients point to "" for sending and receiving on both
Win98SE and Linux. I don't use sendmail locally.

I would be checking into to this more but I don't have my Linux system is not
available right now. Win98SE is pitiful when it comes to network utilities.

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