Email display not correct on Solaris 10


 
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Email display not correct on Solaris 10

Hi Everyone,

Can someone possibly point me in the direction?

When I execute command echo "hello" | sendmail -v testacct@wyx.com

I recived an email as expected except the From: NAME is incorrect. The server name is correct. It should read "From: TESTBOX1 [mailto:testbox1@wyx.com]"

actual email:
From: app box [mailto:testbox1@wyx.com]
Sent: Monday, April 02, 2012 2:06 PM
Subject:

hello

I looked through the settings on sendmail.cf and I don't see any references to the actual from display name.

Is this a setting on the unix side or should I be looking to the exchange/email folks? This box is in a global AD.

Thank you
shawn

# 2  
Take a look at the following post

See this post:
How to force Sendmail to Rewrite Sender Address?
# 3  
When i look at:

============ SYSTEM IDENTITY (after readcf) ============
(short domain name) $w = DEVDB
(canonical domain name) $j = DEVDB.<domain name>
(subdomain name) $m = <domain name>
(node name) $k = DEVDB
========================================================

All appears as expected. That' s why i'm not sure where the name is coming from and I may suspect it has to do with the AD setup and not actually the unix box itself.
# 4  
Yes, it could also be in you PC's Local Address Book or in the Global Address Book. Have a look at the email header to see if the string is actually in the email.

Also see the -F parameter to the sendmail command.
 

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