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Re: [leafnode-list] local postings to pass to the upstream NNTP server
- To: leafnode-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re: [leafnode-list] local postings to pass to the upstream NNTP server
- From: tmcd@xxxxxxxx (Timothy A. McDaniel)
- Date: by mail-ob (mbox horst.fischer)(with Cubic Circle's cucipop (v1.31 1998/05/13) Thu Apr 27 23:42:01 2000)
otr <o.rousseaux@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> When a message goes in the out.going directory, I see the following header:
> Path: my_computer.my_domain_name!nobody
> . but my_domain_name and my_computer are private.
> Is it possible to hide those data and have in this header for example only :
> Path: not-for-mail
> Thank you for your reading of my poor English.
Your poor English is much better than mon mal Francais ...
I had a similar problem. I had
and I wanted it to be
-- my Internet Service Provider, which people can reach, instead of
my personal machine, which is not registered.
I have a shell script that I use to receive and send news. It does
several things before fetchnews. One thing it does is "cd" to
out.going and edit each file. It is something like
(cd /newsspool/out.going # where it lives on my computer
for f in *; do
sed -e 's/^From: tmcd.*/From: tmcd@xxxxxxxx/' $f > t
mv t $f
I don't know whether it will work for "From " instead of "From:", but
I think it will.
Tim McDaniel is tmcd@xxxxxxxx; if that fail,
tmcd@xxxxxxxxxx is my work account.
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