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Old 04-24-2011, 07:23 PM   #1
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PHP Mail (using automatically a mail from the virtual domian)

Hello people,

I am needing a little help with a few settings in my servers...

I have two server:
Webserver Debian 6, Apache2, Postfix
Mailserver Debian 6, Postfix

Postfix in Webserver is using Postfix as relay, next, Mailserver is sending emails ok when I use phpmail in any "virtual domain", but I have a few problems that I don't know how to fix...

1) If I send a phpmail from the "default domain", it is not working (no Postfix has log acitivity).

2) If I send an email using phpmail function without a from, the from will be Because I am hosting lots of virtual domains, I really need to use as "sender (From)" a mailbox named:

Thank you in advance
Old 04-25-2011, 01:35 PM   #2
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