[Mailman-Users] subscribed address that forwards to secondary address can't be identified
mike at writestarr.com
Fri Apr 4 23:51:49 CEST 2014
Does it arrive as a forward? If so, it might be possible to view the
entire message header and trace it that way. Web-based email being what
it is, I don't know how much or little gmail retains of the message
headers of forwards or whether gmail allows those message headers to be
inspected. If the gmail web interface doesn't permit viewing the message
headers, gmail may allow the message to be saved as text and I'm
guessing that would typically include the full message headers.
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On 4/4/2014 4:29 PM, Christopher Adams wrote:
> Hello all,
> This is not necessarily a Mailman question, but I thought someone
> administering Mailman may have come across this before.
> A person is receiving mail through a list. The address that they are
> currently using (@gmail.com) is not subscribed to the list. I assume that
> means a subscribed address is forwarding to the gmail account. The gmail
> account people don't have any idea what they could have been subscribed as.
> I thought maybe the Mailman or MTA logs would show the susbscribed address
> forwarding to the gmail address. However, I can't find anything, so can't
> identify which address is the culprit.
> Does anyone have an idea how to get to the bottom of this?
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