BITNET mailers check the origin tag field on messages
to make sure it matches the
From: address in the
BSMTP envelope. This is not normally a problem when the
message originated on the local system, but it is a problem when the
message originated elsewhere and is being gatewayed onto
BITNET by the local system. In this case there's no way
From: address can match; it specifies a system
that is not directly on
The solution to this problem is to operate PMDF as a trusted mailer.
BITNET mailer gateways exempt such mailers from this check.
You must set up and register a local mailer before this will work. See section 3.13.3 for information on how to register your local mailer and change the value of this information.
Your gatewayed messages must also have the proper origin tag. The
system part of the tag is set by
ANJE, and is correct by default. The user part of the tag
is controlled by the
user keyword in the channel
definitions. This must match the mailer address that you have
registered in the