Lyndon Nerenberg wrote:
"Host part" is pseudo, it's after the @ and can include most ASCII
Just read, say, 64 bytes from /dev/random and base64 encode it.
Would /dev/urandom suffice? Entropy can be in short supply in some
environments, e.g. VMs, and given it's MH it may be being scripted to
send a few emails in a short time.
heirloom-mailx uses /dev/urandom with a fallback if it's not available.
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