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nehlwyn, thanks for your kind words. Actually I allready scanned through sendmails and mails manpages, had a quick view on some linux how-to's but while manpages are quit helpfull for stuff one allready knows its pretty hard to learn new stuff. Especially sendmail I view as on of the more difficult beasts on Linux.

BTW, I am here on a Ethernet conected Workstation. I am almost the only user of that machine, but the problem is "almost". So its impossible to set the whole machine on my preferences. I have to find a way to do it just for user Hanamaki.

Anyway my mail needs (Gnus) are quite satisfied and I don't have the time to learn Sendmail at the moment. nehlwyn, I am really thankfull for your kind offer, but I think its no god idea to do things for other people (=me) who are just to lazzy to research things by their own.
I anyone of the follow monks have a quick answer, because they allready know the answer I am quit happy to listen to their wisdom, but don't do the research I should do.

If I won't get an answer I probably will try a fix of the cpantest script; maybe plugging in something I know better like the "Net::SMTP" module.

For any good answers I will promise 50 (fifty) CPAN tests as community service;-)


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