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== Received header line MTA options:  <code>received_domain</code> (string) ==
 
== Received header line MTA options:  <code>received_domain</code> (string) ==
  
The <code>received_domain</code> MTA option sets the domain name for the  [[TCPIP channels#TCPIP_channels|SMTP server]]  to  use when constructing Received: header lines (and Date-Warning: header  lines). By default, the  [[official_host_name Option#official_host_name|offical host name]] of the  [[Local channel#Local_channel|local channel]] is used, <code>channel:l.official_host_name</code>.  Note that this MTA option does not apply to the Received: header lines generated  by other channels; in particular, it does not apply to Received: header  lines resulting from a pass through an intermediate channel (such as a  [[Process channel#Process_channel|process, reprocess]], or  [[Conversion channel#Conversion_channel|conversion channel]]). In such cases, the channel  official host name---suffixed with the official host name for the local  channel, in the case of short form names---will be used.  
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The <code>received_domain</code> MTA option sets the domain name for the  [[TCPIP channels#TCPIP_channels|SMTP server]]  to  use when constructing Received: header lines (and Date-Warning: header  lines). By default, the  [[official_host_name Option#official_host_name|offical host name]] of the  [[Local channel#Local_channel|local channel]] is used, <code>channel:l.official_host_name</code>.  Note that this MTA option does not apply to the Received: header lines generated  by other channels; in particular, it does not apply to Received: header  lines resulting from a pass through an intermediate channel (such as a  [[Process and reprocess channels#Process_and_reprocess_channels|process, reprocess]], or  [[Conversion channel#Conversion_channel|conversion channel]]). In such cases, the channel  official host name---suffixed with the official host name for the local  channel, in the case of short form names---will be used.  
  
 
If there is no  [[ldap_default_domain MTA option#ldap_default_domain|<code>ldap_default_domain</code>]] set, then <code>received_domain</code> is also  the value that a  [[Sieve environment extension#Sieve_environment_extension|Sieve  environment "<code>domain</code>"]] will  return. (If neither  [[ldap_default_domain MTA option#ldap_default_domain|<code>ldap_default_domain</code>]] nor  <code>received_domain</code> is set,  then the MTA falls back to the L channel&#x27;s  [[official_host_name Option#official_host_name|official host name]].)  
 
If there is no  [[ldap_default_domain MTA option#ldap_default_domain|<code>ldap_default_domain</code>]] set, then <code>received_domain</code> is also  the value that a  [[Sieve environment extension#Sieve_environment_extension|Sieve  environment "<code>domain</code>"]] will  return. (If neither  [[ldap_default_domain MTA option#ldap_default_domain|<code>ldap_default_domain</code>]] nor  <code>received_domain</code> is set,  then the MTA falls back to the L channel&#x27;s  [[official_host_name Option#official_host_name|official host name]].)  

Latest revision as of 10:45, 17 January 2018



Received header line MTA options: received_domain (string)

The received_domain MTA option sets the domain name for the SMTP server to use when constructing Received: header lines (and Date-Warning: header lines). By default, the offical host name of the local channel is used, channel:l.official_host_name. Note that this MTA option does not apply to the Received: header lines generated by other channels; in particular, it does not apply to Received: header lines resulting from a pass through an intermediate channel (such as a process, reprocess, or conversion channel). In such cases, the channel official host name---suffixed with the official host name for the local channel, in the case of short form names---will be used.

If there is no ldap_default_domain set, then received_domain is also the value that a Sieve environment "domain" will return. (If neither ldap_default_domain nor received_domain is set, then the MTA falls back to the L channel's official host name.)


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