[Mailman-Users] DMARC From munging: Keep original sender

Lindsay Haisley fmouse at fmp.com
Thu May 1 16:38:52 CEST 2014

On Thu, 2014-05-01 at 14:46 +0200, Ralf Jung wrote:
> I am currently experimenting with the From munging of Mailman (2.1.16)
> to make my lists DMARC-compliant. This is generally working, there is a
> problem though: I found no way so far to tell, from the mail that's
> ultimately delivered to the users, who was the original sender. No
> matter whether I set reply_goes_to_list to 0 or 1 (and unfortunately,
> many of my users request a 1 here :-/ ), the final mail contains no
> trace of the original sender except for its pretty-printed name.
> Strange enough, I found code in Mailman/Handlers/CookHeaders.py which
> adds the original sender to reply-to (which I was about to suggest), but
> that header does not end up in the mail.
> What I would expect to happen is (with from munging):
> * reply_goes_to_list=0: The reply-to header contains the sender
> * reply_goes_to_list=1: The reply-to header contains the sender (due to
>   munging) and the list (due to replies going to the list)
> Is this a known problem? Am I doing something wrong? Any help would be
> appreciated.

This is being addressed in MM 2.1.18, to be released shortly.

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