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Just quick one about sender
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[Solved] Just quick one about sender
When people use forms on my website the email sender is apache@"serverdomain"

How would I change this to the correct email address for each domain on the server please ?

I currently have 7 domains.

Must say I'm liking my Sentora experiance of 3 weeks so far.
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[Solved] RE: Just quick one about sender
Hi kickoff3pm,

Well, by default Sentora uses that sender, but you can change it going to: Sentora Config > 3rd Line where it says: From Address your form have the address replace for your@domain.com make sure, it's the main domain name from your server installation configuration.

If by other mean, you want to use it on forms you can define it as this example using PHP functions:

PHP Code:
<?php
$to 
"somebody@example.com";
$subject "My subject";
$txt "Hello world!";
$headers "From: webmaster@example.com\r\n";
mail($to,$subject,$txt,$headers);
?>
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