[Mailman-Users] Stripping Header from post?
brad.knowles at skynet.be
Tue Jul 8 17:26:50 CEST 2003
At 8:31 AM -0400 2003/07/08, Jon Carnes wrote:
> Use procmail as a preprocessor and the formail utility to strip out the
> headers and replace them with more generic ones.
That only works for the headers on input. This is a case of
headers being generated on output, and being placed there by the next
system down the line (which they don't control). They need to fix
their system so that it uses a single anonymized envelope sender
address, and then the problem will fix itself.
> You could also write your own milter (something well worth doing - even
> if just once)... milter = mail + filter
You can do these sorts of things in either sendmail or postfix,
and perhaps in other MTAs as well. However, "milter" is a
terminology specific to sendmail. It has not been ported to any
other MTA I know of, although it was contributed by a source outside
of the Sendmail Consortium.
Brad Knowles, <brad.knowles at skynet.be>
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