On 5 November 2012 17:48, Jari Fredriksson <email@example.com> wrote:
05.11.2012 13:56, Bartosz.C kirjoitti:
> Hi,> firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com> - and my postfix
> I have a problem with field: Options->Personal Information->E-mail
> In that field I can write just any address and it will be sent without
> problems - for example
> will send it.You can write any address to your email address in ANY email client
> My users names are the same like emails.
> Is there any option to change behave of squirrelmail - and when user
> is sending email it alaways is sending using his user name whatever
> field "e-mail address" contain?
> I know that I can remove that option from
> /squirrelmail/include/options/personal.php script but in specific
> cases cookies from IE, Firefox are messing with
> /var/lib/squirrelmail/data/users.pref files. And that files contains
> information about this address.
How could the client know your own "rightful" address anyway?
Yes its true.
But because its localhost (postfix+squirrelmail is on the same server) behave of e-mail clients are different than in any other place in network.
Can I force to use by squirrelmail email address to send a message the same as user login?
So in Personal Information->E-mail Address can be anything.