[Bug 1604181] Re: mangled reply-to: header when a reply-to: header exists

Jackie McBride abletec at gmail.com
Tue Jul 19 13:57:20 EDT 2016


Hi, Mark.
"Have you tried first_strip_reply_to = Yes?"
Yes. But what it also does in most cases is to strip the poster's
address, which is not what I want.

"Is this a distribution package Mailman (if so, which one)?"
Ubuntu.

I'll ask him to bcc me & send it along. I'm going to test to see if I
can duplicate this w/other reply-to: settings.

On 7/19/16, Mark Sapiro <mark at msapiro.net> wrote:
> Does this occur only with posts from this one person? Do you know what's
> in his original Reply-To: (ask him to Bcc: you on his next post)?
>
> Have you tried first_strip_reply_to = Yes?
>
> Is this a distribution package Mailman (if so, which one)?
>
> If Mailman is installed from source, I recommend upgrading to 2.1.22 or
> later.
>
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> Title:
>   mangled reply-to: header when a reply-to: header exists
>
> Status in GNU Mailman:
>   Incomplete
>
> Bug description:
>   I'm trying to set my list up such that folks reply to the list, but can
> also view a poster's email in order to reply personally if they desire. I've
> set 'Reply-to:' to list, & I didn't strip the first 'reply-to:' header. When
> someone has a reply-to: address set, I get 3 addresses--the list address,
> the poster's address, & a mangled address that consists of the poster's
> address prior to the @ sign & the fqdn of the list following it. So if my
> list address is mylist at mysub.domain.org, & my poster w/the reply-to:
> setting's email is poster at somedomain.com, I'd get addresses as:
>   mylist at mysub.domain.org
>   poster at mysub.domain.org (which there is no such address) &
>   poster at somedomain.com.
>
>   I'm running Mailman 2.1.16. Has this perchance been fixed in
>   subsequent versions?
>
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