[Mailman-Users] tracking down multiple forwards

J C Lawrence claw at kanga.nu
Wed Feb 23 18:05:27 CET 2000

On Wed, 23 Feb 2000 08:28:24 +0100 
Ricardo Kustner <ricardo at rixhq.nu> wrote:

> Hi, Sometimes people use some kind of email forwarding
> systems/gateway which makes it impossible to see the original
> email address to which a message was posted. This becomes a
> problem if the user account doesn't exist anymore and it keeps
> bouncing back...  Does anybody know some tricks how to find out
> what was the originial email address? When I used majordomo i used
> to create a perl script that send out a message to all list
> members and put the address of the destination email address in
> the subject header so that i could watch for the message to be
> bounced and find out exactly who it was...  

You can do the same thing with MailMan's monthly password reminders.

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