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Configure Your Default Sender Address
- Log in to WHM.
- In the Service Configuration section, click PHP Configuration Editor.
- Select Advanced Mode.
- In the Mail section, modify the sendmail_path value.
For example, if you want your default sender address to be [email protected], modify the value to be:
/usr/sbin/sendmail –t –I –f’[email protected]
- Click Save.
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