On 5 November 2012 17:48, Jari Fredriksson <jarif@iki.fi> wrote:
05.11.2012 13:56, Bartosz.C kirjoitti:
> Hi,
> I have a problem with field: Options->Personal Information->E-mail
> Address.
> In that field I can write just any address and it will be sent without
> problems - for example
> whatever@whatever.com <mailto:whatever@whatever.com> - and my postfix
> will send it.
> 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.
> Bartosz.

You can write any address to your email address in ANY email client
there is.

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.