[Mailman-Users] Bounce Detection for: exim, postfix
Nigel.Metheringham at vdata.co.uk
Sun Jan 9 21:52:57 CET 2000
bwarsaw at cnri.reston.va.us said:
> I'll agree that it's sad that many MTA authors feel they can't adopt
> one of the existing standards.
I guess this is because other than DSN there is no accepted written
standard - and DSN is pretty much unworkable in practice (it has too
many additional implications).
Just to make things nastier, one of the things asked for by exim users
was customisable bounce messages - and pretty much all elements can be
morphed. The one very easy standard piece of an exim bounce is the
x-failed-recipients header - if its there then it lists the recipients
that failed (addresses given in the form that the bouncing MTA received
them - this means its still a problem if a message forwarded from a
remote machine bounces since the address will be different to that the
list knows about).
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