On Sun, Apr 27, 2003 at 09:18:00AM +0000, Rob MacGregor wrote:
From: Laurent CREPET <lcrepet(_at_)free(_dot_)fr>
fetchmail seems to badly rewrite the mail header... am I wrong ? Any
option to add ? on the firewall's fetchmail ? on the workstation
Have you considered the use of the "norewrite" option?
It's strange since a single fetchmail works fine, but a double
fetchmail (one from multiple external mailboxes to my mailbox on the
firewall, and then from my mailbox on the firewall to my mailbox on my
workstation) fails !
Well, we've now got most of the parts of the puzzle. What's in your
Guessing, it looks like you've got a postfix config problem "(mail
forwarding loop for lct(_at_)localhost(_dot_)megrapet(_dot_)org)".
Now, you're right... But it appears when I set the new fetchmail
From postfix logs:
Apr 28 22:38:41 lilo postfix/local: D96BF395:
to=<lct(_at_)megrapet(_dot_)org>, relay=local, delay=1, status=bounced (mail
forwarding loop for lct(_at_)megrapet(_dot_)org)
I don't exactly see why... I must drink another coffee.
Ooooops... I've set both firewall and workstation 'smtpaddress' to
megrapet.org, not to each hostname. I must try with full hostname.
Laurent CREPET -- lcrepet(_at_)free(_dot_)fr