[Mailman-Users] Posting-Filter is broken in 1.1 !?
John A. Martin
jam at jamux.com
Mon Jan 3 15:51:41 CET 2000
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>>>>> "Aaron" == Aaron Optimizer Digulla
>>>>> "[Mailman-Users] Posting-Filter is broken in 1.1 !?"
>>>>> Mon, 3 Jan 2000 10:30:03 +0100
Aaron> 2. Some posts are held because Mailman uses the "Sender:"
Aaron> header item added by Netscape (Mailman should ignore
Maybe Mailman is doing the right thing when determine the header
sender. Instances that I have investigated where the Netscape
inserted "Sender" header field differed from the mail authors
preferred mailbox address all accurately reflected the sender's setup.
Where folks use a mailbox in one domain and an outgoing relay in
another one simple fix is for there to be a CNAME RR in the mailbox
domain pointing to the relay so that the MUA can point to the alias
relay within the same domain an the mailbox.
Do you really want to ignore header sender to pacify broken mail
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