On Wed, 5 Feb 1997, Mark Bergan wrote:
Our organization has 25 aliases going in to one mailbox on our ISP.
I use popclient->formail->procmail to deliver to the appropriate user
mailbox. Everything works fine except my Procmail mailing list, which
is the only mailing list I subscribe to. >
At what point does the "To: me(_at_)myorg(_dot_)com" get striped. All my
other messages have the "To: me(_at_)myorg(_dot_)com" that i use for filtering?
It did not get stripped. It was never in the message to begin with.
To prove it, send a message bcc: to yourself and bcc: to one other user
on your domain. Do not use the To: or CC: headers, only Bcc:, and be
sure to put more than one address on the line.
I'd like to be able to have any of my users subscribe to mailing-lists
w/o me having to create a seperate rule for all their lists.
Your ISP will have to make a significant change in the way they
deliver mail to your subdomain. However, it is not clear what
that change should be. We have yet to see an 100% solution
to this problem. We WOULD like to see one though. The ideal fix
probably will involve qmail, as opposed to sendmail.
This is not a Procmail question, though.
It is a Mail Transport Agent (e.g., sendmail, qmail) question.
Unless you are the system administrator of your ISP, or you
have much influence on the system administrator, you are out
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