[Mailman-Users] return-path and virtual domains

Heiner Lamprecht heiner at kflog.org
Sun May 9 20:00:10 CEST 2004


I'm fighting a little bit with MM and virtual domains. I use postfix 
as MTA, the mailaddresses are stored in a MySQL-DB.

Let's say, I have two domains: a.tdl and b.tdl, where a.tdl is the 
real name of the server.

Using the scripts written by Martin Müller 
I have created a list "list at b.tdl". The address of the list is an 
alias to "b.tdl-list at a.tdl". When I post to the latter, everything 
works fine. But if I post to the desired address "list at b.tdl", the 
messages first were being hold for approval by the moderator. So I 
added this address to the acceptable_aliases.

Okay, now I can post to this address, but the real name 
"b.tdl-list at a.tdl" is used as the return-path further on. Is there 
any way to completely hide the real address to the user?


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