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Re: [leafnode-list] editing From and Originator headers
I don't think that is Leafnode. What news reader are you using? I believe
it is a setting in your news reader.
Jeff Grossman (jeff@xxxxxxxxxxx)
> From: Matthew Sammon <sammonm@xxxxxx>
> Reply-To: leafnode-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Wed, 23 Aug 2000 23:52:29 +0100
> To: leafnode-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [leafnode-list] editing From and Originator headers
> I've looked through the archives and FAQ and can't find an answer to
> My Linux box is called "foobar.local.com" and connects to the internet
> over a dial-up connection.
> My username on my Linux box is "ms"
> My email address is "m.sammon@xxxxxxx"
> I want anything I send to Usenet to identify my purely in terms of my
> e-mail address at by ISP
> Leafnode insists on sticking headers like this on my messages:
> From: ms@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Matthew Sammon)
> Originator: ms@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Matthew Sammon)
> How do I edit these headers (they are not affected by the "hostname"
> variable in Leafnode's config file)?
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