Vince LaMonica <vjl(_at_)cullasaja(_dot_)com> writes:
On Tue, 10 Jul 2001, Alexander Skwar wrote:
} Has there been any news about how to turn this message off?
I haven't heard anything on or off this list, and I've not been successful
in my attempts to configure postfix so that procmail won't issue these
warnings. I still can't figure out if it's postfix that's configured in
such a way that procmail is complaining or if procmail is configured in
such a way that it itself is complaining. I think the later, as I've spent
quite some time going over postfix docs and I'm pretty certain I've got
things setup correctly.
Vince's original message included this:
procmail is my MTA, being called as such:
("|/usr/bin/procmail -o -a $DOMAIN -d $LOGNAME")
Am I to understand that the best solution is to get rid of the '-o' arg?
Doesn't this open me to let folks on my box completely falsify their
From_ headers? Or am I just completely confused?
If I remember corrently, postfix invokes programs as the recipient.
Given that and the fact that postfix adds a leading "From " before
feeding it to procmail, there's no need or benefit to using the -d flag.
So, you should invoke procmail as:
/usr/bin/procmail -Y -a $DOMAIN
(Why $DOMAIN? Shouldn't that be $EXTENSION?)
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