[Mailman-Users] mails send from sendmail with commandline to mailman become 'Message has implicit destination'
Barry S. Finkel
bsfinkel at att.net
Sat Dec 26 20:07:47 EST 2015
>> On 12/26/2015 03:10 PM, MichaelLeung wrote:
>>> hi all
>>> anyone had face this problem before ?
>>> if i send the mail from a client end , like thunder, mailman can
>>> read it correctly .
On 12/26/2015 08:11 PM, MichaelLeung wrote:
>> i locate this problem
>> maillman cannot read subject when i use command like mail -s 'subject'
>> xxx at abc.com,
>> but if i dont speacify the subject at the first, like mail
>> xxx at abc.com, when i subject key prompt , then enter the subject , this
>> mail can be read by mailman correctly .
>> does any know what wrong?
On 12/26/2015 6:55 AM, MichaelLeung wrote:
> sorry , i think i m wrong,
> subject is not the root case,
> i actually user -r paramater to speacify the sender as the mailman's
> name , then mailman failed to ready mail's subject.
> any one can fix this ?
The message "implicit destination" is issued if the list name to which
the mail is addressed does not appear in an RFC5322 "From:" or "To:"
line. This implies that the list name was in a "Bcc:" line. If you
want to send to a list via "Bcc:", you have to change the list
configuration to allow implicit destination. The mailman-supplied
default is to not allow the list name in a "Bcc:"
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