[ic] ic and qmail

Ed LaFrance (New Media E.M.S.) ic_users at newmediaems.com
Tue Jul 13 14:50:10 EDT 2004

At 11:18 AM 7/13/2004, you wrote:

>>>>The above is not what you want to address this issue. Customer-targeted 
>>>>email receipts, ship notices and other emails are easily sent out with
>>>How come nobody is willing to help me with this?
>>Probably because this is not really an Interchange thing but rather a 
>>qmail thing. You might want to get on a qmail forum or mailing list and 
>>pose the same question - Interchange is just a big script so a solution 
>>that works for any script should be adaptable for interchange. I took 37 
>>seconds to look at "Life With Qmail" 
>>(http://www.lifewithqmail.org/lwq.html), section 4.3, and did see that 
>>environment variables can be used to override configuration directives, 
>>but perhaps a Qmail guru (which I am NOT) would be better suited to show 
>>you how you might exploit this...
>>- Ed
>Before this turns into a flame war, I already know about the lwq pages, 
>that is where I got the info on the variables from. I even posted a link 
>to the qmail-inject man page in case somebody willing to help me needed 
>more info. This is NOT a qmail issue because I know perfectly well what I 
>have to do about it. If I post this on a qmail mailinglist they will point 
>me to this list because qmail (sendmail) is called from ic, and the 
>calling script needs to set the proper variables. I dont ask anybody  to 
>help me solve the 'qmail problem', only how to override the defaultdomain 
>from ic. Please dont point me to a perl list this time }:)
>It IS possible to set system variables from within ic, right?

You can set system variables for the user that calls sendmail, which in 
this case would be the user running interchange (i.e.: interch):


Perhaps that will help.

- Ed

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