[Mailman-Users] Incorrect Headers

Teo de Hesselle teo.dehesselle at uts.edu.au
Mon Mar 5 03:15:59 CET 2001

It seems that for one of my lists' monthly password reminders, mailman
is putting incorrect headers in, making it appear that the reminder is
coming from a different list.

The list whom this user is subscribed to is called 'researchnet',
whereas the headers are claiming that it is coming from the 'bacc' list.
This is interfering with mailman's bounce detection, and as a result the
bacc admin is receiving all these messages, and is understandably not

I am including the relevant sections below. Has anyone experienced this
before? (or should this be addressed to the develepers' list?). Thank
you for any help.

>Date: Thu, 1 Mar 2001 05:42:46 +1100 (EST)
>Message-Id: <200102281842.f1SIgkI07866 at tsbunix1.itd.uts.edu.au>
>Subject: listserv.uts.edu.au mailing list memberships reminder
>From: mailman-owner at listserv.uts.edu.au
>To: r.wiltshire at uts.edu.au
>X-No-Archive: yes
>X-Ack: no
>Sender: bacc-admin at listserv.uts.edu.au
>Errors-To: bacc-admin at listserv.uts.edu.au
>X-BeenThere: bacc at listserv.uts.edu.au
>X-Mailman-Version: 2.0
>Precedence: bulk
>This is a reminder, sent out once a month, about your
>listserv.uts.edu.au mailing list memberships.  It includes your


>If you have questions, problems, comments, etc, send them to
>mailman-owner at listserv.uts.edu.au.  Thanks!
>Passwords for r.wiltshire at uts.edu.au:
>List                                     Password // URL
>----                                     --------
>researchnet at listserv.uts.edu.au          xxxxxx

Téo de Hesselle
Email Administrator

Information Technology Division
University of Technology, Sydney

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