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I have CentOS running mutt. When mails are sent from mutt (via a shell script), it takes the current user name as sender address causing it to go into the spam.

I receive mail as

From: tech

What I need is:

From:    tech@myserver.com

All I need is a single place change that reflects everwhere. i.e. if I send from the root user, the from address should be root@myserver.com.

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Do you have a system-wide mutt RC file? Perhaps it is here: /etc/mutt/Muttrc? Within the file, set the hostname with set hostname=myserver.com.

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  • It worked.. However it is giving the from address as tech@myserver.co.in via otherdomain.com – Manish Mudgal Jun 4 '14 at 6:22

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