Change default sender address using php mail() / sendmail?
I'm wondering if anyone else has experience with this, or if it's something easy that I'm overlooking.
I am on a VPS service (CentOS Linux) and I want my php mail function emails to send from a specified address. I've already manipulated the headers, so the emails do appear to come from the specified addres, but on mobile devices it comes up as [email protected] format. I would like this to read something like [email protected]
Does anyone know which configuration files can change this default address?
Not sure but I think some mobile devices might look at headers or something to see some various crap (MMS/SMS gateway type stuff) - I don't see why it shouldn't work if the To field is properly set in normal desktop clients
I know I'm being picky about the way emails are showing up, but it seems like I should be able to change the default 'nothing' email address to whatever I choose. What makes the mail software decide to use what it uses?
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