[Mailman-Users] (no subject)
ev at dbclist.com
Tue May 23 04:53:10 CEST 2006
Why is it normal for a bounce processor to be the sender when there are
no bounces? This confuses some list members.
> Everett Johnson sent the message below at 19:07 5/22/2006:
>> Today I created several email lists. On all of them, when I send a
>> message to the list (which I am subscribed to) I get the message with
>> the correct "To:" and "From:" headers, but the "Sender;" header is set
>> to listname-bounces at mydomain.com. For example if the list is
>> mylist at mydomain.com, "Sender:" on any received messages is set to:
>> mylist-bounces at mydomain,com. The message body is correct and To and
>> From are correct.
>> How can I correct this.
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> That is the normal default behavior for Mailman.
> What it means is that Mailman has sent the mail to the list on behalf
> of the person posting.
> I'm not sure why you consider this a problem, Mailman is not the only
> application that manipulates this header, there are other mailing list
> managers and MUAs that do it also.
> Venimus, Saltavimus, Bibimus (et naribus canium capti sumus)
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