[Mailman-Users] Sender: problem

Dave C. davec at pathwaynet.com
Thu Aug 17 20:33:21 CEST 2000

More likely he recently switch mail clients or something changed at his
end, and his client or server is inestering a Sender: header *without*
any domain part, and your server is adding its own domain. In a way,
both systems are broken - his should always add a correct domain to any
addresses, your should not add its own to addresses in headers on
received messages..

On Thu, 17 Aug 2000, Derek E Mart wrote:

> There is a user who has been using a list for a long time now, and just
> recently has not been able to get through.  It says he is not on the
> list, but he is, however, the list thinks he is sending directly from my
> mail server.  I think something somewhere is setting the Sender: header
> to his.username at my.hostname and this might be causing problems (I don't
> really know).  This person sent a message directly to me and I got the
> same result.  Has anyone seen this before?  Recently I set up my mail
> server to use a smart relay and I am using mailman 1.1 that came with
> SuSE 6.3


Dave C.
Network Engineer
PathWay Computing, Inc.

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