On Thu, 30 Jun 2005, Robert A. Rosenberg wrote:
... at the receiving end AFTER reception. It comes in as ONE address and when
delivery is attempted, the message is cloned for delivery to multiple
addresses/mailboxes. As I stated, unless the expansion creates a list that has
2 or more addresses that are NOT handled by THIS SMTP Server, you get the same
result as if all the addresses were listed in the original message. Only in
the "2 or more addresses that are NOT handled by THIS SMTP Server" case can
you end up with a message that is relayed with more than one RCPT-TO (with a
MAIL-FROM of <>) and that only when 2 or more of these addresses are in the
same domain (or at least have domains that map to the same MX server).
You appear to be violently agreeing.
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