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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers newbie question about hostnames Post 15628 by killerserv on Sunday 17th of February 2002 07:25:12 PM
Old 02-17-2002
angelfly,
Ahhh i understand your question. You want to hide your @**bla-bla.com to something like @.i.love.britney.com somesort of like that. Ok for that part in terms of irc they are using a host service called BNC. They connect thru it and let it appear like that. But for what i know even if you configure your localhost.localdomain in /etc/localhost your will come thru the same problem again. The Ip as you said mike@tnt1.boston.kn.mk1.com been assigned specially by your ISP and if you want it to appear something else then what yous isp provided you need to subscribe to soem speacial accounts or services something to have it. And it costs pretyy much. Hope you can understand this. Post back if you still need help on this.
 
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REPORTER-MAILX(1)						 LIBREPORT MANUAL						 REPORTER-MAILX(1)

NAME
reporter-mailx - Sends contents of a problem directory via email. SYNOPSIS
reporter-mailx [-v] -d DIR [-c CONFFILE] DESCRIPTION
The tool reads a problem directory, composes an email message from the directory contents, and uses mailx to send the message to specified recipient. Properties of email messages can be specified in a configuration file, and via environment variables. Configuration file Configuration file contains entries in a format "Option = Value". The options are: Subject The subject of the email message. EmailFrom The sender of the email message. EmailTo The recipient of the email message. SendBinaryData Use yes/true/on/1 to attach all binary files from the problem directory to the email. This can cause the emails to be very large. Integration with ABRT events reporter-mailx can be used as a reporter, to allow users report problems via email when they decide to do it. This usage is pre-configured in /etc/libreport/events.d/mailx_event.conf: EVENT=report_Mailx reporter-mailx It can also be used to notify administrator automatically when a problem happens. When this is desired, modify the event configuration file to run the tool on the post-create event: EVENT=post-create reporter-mailx OPTIONS
-d DIR Path to problem directory. -c CONFFILE Path to configuration file. When used in ABRT event system, the file contains site-wide configuration. Users can change the values via environment variables. ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
Environment variables take precedence over values provided in the configuration file. Mailx_Subject Subject of the email message. Mailx_EmailFrom Sender of the email message. Mailx_EmailTo Recipient of the email message. If nor the environment variable nor the corresponding option is defined, the message is send to "root@localhost". Mailx_SendBinaryData Use yes/true/on/1 to attach all binary files from the problem directory to the email. AUTHORS
o ABRT team LIBREPORT 2.1.11 06/18/2014 REPORTER-MAILX(1)

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