Given below are the solutions to prevent email being user from firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Use PHP script to use SMTP AUTH
This is the best method to avoid mails being sent from username@hostname. If you can configure the mailer to use SMTP and authenticate with SMTP AUTH, this will set the correct "Return-Path" in the headers.
2. Configure PHP script to use -f argument in PHP mail function
Most applications that call the Exim/Sendmail binary will pass the -f switch along with the proper email address to prevent mails being sent from username@hostname.
You need to make sure that the application is using the 5th argument to the PHP mail() function to send the '-f' switch to sendmail so that it sets the correct "Return-Path". The -f argument should be used to set the envelope sender address when using sendmail with the -f sendmail option.
Please note that Crucial Paradigm tech support won't be able to assist with these changes in PHP scripts & customers need to contact a developer to make these changes in PHP scripts.
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