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Configure Your Default Sender Address

By default, your server’s automated messages will be sent from user@server.com. To customize your default sender address,
  1. Log in to WHM.
  2. In the Service Configuration section, click PHP Configuration Editor.
  3. Select Advanced Mode.
  4. In the Mail section, modify the sendmail_path value.
    For example, if you want your default sender address to be john@example.com, modify the value to be:
    /usr/sbin/sendmail –t –I –f’john@example.com
  5. Click Save.
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