siffert at museworld.com
Tue Feb 25 01:24:41 CET 2003
It appears my particular problem might be related to either qmail or
verp. Even if I have mailman configured correctly, my message headers
include "Return-Path" which includes the email address of the original
sender. Does anyone have any idea of how I can easily parse this out?
Does mailman have this capability? Or is there an area of the code I
can patch easily?
On Monday, February 24, 2003, at 09:14 AM, Andy Firman wrote:
> On Sunday 23 February 2003 14:50, Curt Siffert wrote:
>> Is there a way to keep the email address of a sender from showing up
>> anywhere in the headers of the resulting email?
>> I've got a newsletter with everyone moderated except for one user, who
>> I'd like to be able to post to the list. But if his email address
>> shows up in the email, someone else could forge it and be able to spam
>> the list, couldn't they? Unless there's a way to hide the sender's
>> email address. Is there a better way to handle this without requiring
>> someone to approve a message through the web interface?
> Yes this is very simple and just by running a test list you will see
> easy it is. Also, we just talked about this recently so look at the
> and you will find lots of information there.
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