Rob Funk wrote:
Now using no rewrite, I'm getting rejected messages that fetchmail is
sending with an envelope address of <undisclosed-recipients:;>. I'm
NOT using multidrop, so why is fetchmail looking at the To line when
submitting to my local SMTP listener, rather than just using my
username as the envelope recipient?
OK, I was wrong here.
Fetchmail is doing the right thing, at least with "no rewrite". The
envelope it generates is correct, and is not coming from the To:
header. I was misinterpreting exim's messages.
Exim was actually rejecting the messages because it perceived syntax
problems in the To: header. Exim was rejecting messages with
"<Undisclosed-Recipient:;>" in the To: header, but accepting messages
with "Undisclosed-Recipient:;" (no <> brackets). Apparently Outlook
Express 6 generates the header with the angle brackets. I fixed this
in exim by removing "headers_check_syntax" from my configuration.
Whether fetchmail is doing the right thing by adding @myimapserver in
there when rewrite is on may be debatable. I should go read RFC 2822.
At least it's not a regression to the old problem I noticed six years
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