Re: Configure Sendmail so receiving systems have good Return-Path header
Thanks, Matej. My previous post never seemed to make it on this
thread, but your pointer in JavaMail's FAQ did the trick. I had read
it, but I confused the mail.smtp.from property with mail.smtp.user, so
my tests were not doing what I wanted.
By setting the mail.smtp.from property, this resolve sendmail's using
that value when talking with the remote smtp server so that the
Return-Path header is now set correctly.
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