[ZendTo] Re: Revisiting the Return-Path change from Sept. 2010 archive
craig at craigchambers.net
Wed May 18 16:36:32 BST 2011
I have not found any other way besides editing the php.ini file :(
I am definitely not a code guru but I was wondering if the install script could prompt the installer for a return-path email address. Depending on how aggressive you wanted to be with the assumption that the return-path domain is the same, you could also pre-populate that email address and domain suffix in various places in the preferences file during installation as well.
On May 17, 2011, at 1:40 AM, Jules <Jules at zend.to> wrote:
> Is there *any* way of achieving the same effect without having to
> manually edit php.ini? Currently I have scripted all the changes to that
> file, which makes it much easier to install.
> On 17/05/2011 08:23, Craig Chambers wrote:
>> I know this is an old topic but I wanted to follow-up because I was
>> running into the same issue and have found a solution that appears to
>> work for me on Ubuntu 10.10.
>> To summarize the problem, when ZendTo sends an automated message the
>> Return-Path becomes www-data at domain.com instead of the email address
>> you specified in the ZendTo configuration. According to what I
>> gathered from the thread, sendmail overrides any changes to the
>> configuration of NSSDropbox.php. I am not sure if this is a valid fix
>> for most people but I was able to fix the problem by adding the
>> following to the bottom of my PHP.ini file:
>> sendmail_path =/usr/sbin/sendmail -t -i –f user at domain.com
>> (substituting your email address of course)
>> This still mens you have to manually modify a file, but at least you
>> are not digging around your sendmail configuration files. As usual,
>> your results may differ but I wanted to add this to the discussion in
>> case it is useful for someone else.
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