[Mailman-Users] Implicit Address rehash
campbell at cnpapers.com
Mon Oct 31 21:03:07 CET 2011
I looked at these in the admin interface, and didn't see a specific "To"
line, so I thought it must be looking at the envelope.
The Message Headers has the following in it:
Received: from xxx.xxxxxxx.xxx (linus.cnpapers.net [10.0.0.140])
by xxxxxxxx.cnpapers.net (220.127.116.1160308/8.12.11) with ESMTP id
for <cn-dailydeals at xxxxxxx.cnpapers.net>; Mon, 31 Oct 2011
I x'ed out a little to try and keep spam away, although that's almost
impossible in today's world. There is a "for" address in the header line.
There's an earlier line in the headers where the address appears proper,
though still not a real "To", but another "for" line.
The To line in my MailWatch headers shows a normal To address.
Thanks for the help.
On 10/31/2011 3:49 PM, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> Steve Campbell wrote:
>> I've set up a mail list with the name "Cn-dailydeals" that resides on a
>> certain server. Our Interactive department has written a php script that
>> sends an email to this list that continuously gets held due to the
>> "implicit address" stuff.
> Exactly what is in the To: (and Cc: if any) header of this post? You
> can see these headers in the admindb interface display of the held
>> Can someone suggest a proper regexp to match this, and do I need the
>> "@server" part in the alias?
> Answer the above question and we can tell you.
> Or better yet, make the php script create a message with the header
> To: Cn-dailydeals at ...
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