>>>> "christian" == christian
>>>> "CB" == christian
CB> Gnu emacs invokes sendmail -oi -f
christian(a)xpogen.com -oem -odb -t
CB> Xemacs invokes sendmail -oi -f brech -oem -odb -t
CB> How can I influence what Xemacs puts after the -f option to sendmail?
christian> Excerpt of message (sent 14 May 2002) by Stephen J. Turnbull:
> I believe this difference has to do with the value of
> mail-user-address. What are the values you see in Emacs vs XEmacs?
> Does customizing that variable help in the current session?
christian> I've always had user-mail-address in my .emacs, and this is what
christian> it into "From:", and in Gnu (but not X) into the envelope
christian> (Return-Path). Customizing it as in
christian> '(user-mail-address "christian(a)xpogen.com" t)
christian> '(mail-user-address "christian(a)xpogen.com" t) ; from
christian> does not help.
> It is probable that customization of that variable does _not_
> from session to session in XEmacs 21.4 earlier than 21.4.6 (or maybe
> maybe even 21.4.7) due a bug in the customization code corrected in
> that version.
christian> I edit my .emacs file, and thus set the variables persistently.
christian> * Supplying Return-Path: as a header in the message
christian> does not help; sendmail overrides it.
> That's right. That's what the MTA is supposed to do AFAIK.
christian> Yup, thanks.
christian> Gotta go out and find a newer mail-lib; I have 1.33,
christian> and Adrian Aichner is at 1.45!
Don't search, Christian.
which is the last released version.
If you wanna go wild, get the latest pre-release, which is at