[Mailman-Users] DMARC and Reply-To lines with from_is_list munging.
Stephen J. Turnbull
stephen at xemacs.org
Wed May 7 06:08:16 CEST 2014
Glenn Sieb writes:
> So I updated to 2.1.18-1 today. Now we have a Reply-To that has the
> poster's email and the list's email address.
> A few of the lists I run block emails with more than one recipient, so
> now this is going to be an adventure. (Ok, more like a nightmare, as
> right now it appears my choices are "make reply-to only the list"
> ("anonymous_list") or "make reply-to the poster and the list.")
What is the intent of the restriction? Are you trying to get the
users to use "reply to author" by punishing them with a black hole if
they don't, and then set Reply-To to list-post so that nobody ever
gets a personal reply? Or is this intended to prevent people from
including 3rd parties in the OP (of course, you can't -- they can
always BCC and you'll never know)?
I suppose your users would get upset if you used
dmarc_moderation_action = 'Wrap Message' instead of whichever_option =
Given Mark's reply, probably you'll need use a custom Handler,
whatever the requirements. Is that acceptable (ie, you have the
necessary accesses)? N.B. It's possible to restrict use of Handlers
to particular lists by giving them list-specific pipelines.
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