[Mailman-Users] Wrong sender information?

Matthew Davis bigdog at dogpound.vnet.net
Mon Dec 2 20:41:33 CET 2002

Using mailman 2.0.13 & python 1.5.2 on a redhat 7.3 machine.
Mailman installed from tarball, python from rpm.

My monthly reminders go out and thats just fine, but all the messages say they're coming from my first list.  For example.

Date: Mon, 02 Dec 2002 14:29:30 -0500
Message-ID: <20021202192930.14802.80998.Mailman at dogpound>
Subject: dogpound.vnet.net mailing list memberships reminder
From: mailman-owner at dogpound
To: someone at somewhere.org
X-No-Archive: yes
X-Ack: no
Sender: list-admin at dogpound
Errors-To: list-admin at dogpound
X-BeenThere: list at dogpound
X-Mailman-Version: 2.0.13
Precedence: bulk

<snip message body>

Passwords for someone at somewhere.org:

List                                     Password // URL
----                                     --------
anotherlist at dogpound                  AJdk

Yes I know thoes don't resolve, just trying to dodge some of the harvesters.

Anyway...  It's the Sender: Errors-To: and X-BeenThere: headers I'm concerned about.  Weather the person is on the list or not, it says it comes from that one list.  Which doesn't concern me too much, but it doesn't seem like that's how it's supposta work.

Tell me if I'm off the mark or onto something?

Matthew Davis
Ever stop to think, and forget to start again?
Monday, December 02, 2002 / 02:31PM

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