[Mailman-Users] mails send from sendmail with commandline to mailman become 'Message has implicit destination'
gbcbooksmj at gmail.com
Sat Dec 26 22:34:45 EST 2015
thanks for your reply
my issue is when i send a email by using sendmail commandline to mailist
, maillist services can not read this message correctly , the message
will become a "Message has implicit destination" warning , but it did
have a subject and i pretty sure that i have a subject and i did not use
cc or bcc .
this issue will happen if i speacified maillist name as the sender and
the recipient from the comandline , that means ,if i send it from client
, maillist service will forward it to its members as normal.
On 12/27/2015 10:44 AM, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> On 12/26/2015 06:23 PM, MichaelLeung wrote:
>> i sent it to a mailbox instead of a maillist , mailbox can read the
>> subject, i did use cc or bcc .
> I cannot understand what exactly your issue is. Your subject for this
> message says "mails send from sendmail with commandline to mailman
> become 'Message has implicit destination'"
> This seems to say to me that you are sending a message to a Mailman list
> and it is being held by Mailman for the reason 'Message has implicit
> destination'. If that is the case, it is being held because the list's
> Privacy options... -> Recipient filters -> require_explicit_destination
> setting is Yes and either the list or one of the list's
> acceptable_aliases is not explicitly in a To: or Cc: header of the
> message received by the Mailman list.
> If that is not the case, then I don't understand what the problem is.
> Also note, if you use the command line sendmail command as in
> sendmail list at example.com < file/with/message
> the sendmail command adds no headers to the message in
> file/with/message. That message must contain headers like From:,
> Subject: and To:, in particular
> To: list at example.com
> the sendmail command itself adds no headers to the message.
> If you still don't understand what's happening, please post the exact
> command that you issue to send the mail and the contents of the file you
> are sending.
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