[Mailman-Users] mails send from sendmail with commandline to mailman become 'Message has implicit destination'
gbcbooksmj at gmail.com
Sun Dec 27 21:46:21 EST 2015
so , i think the root cause relate to the if mailman does support
spoofing sender or not ,
but from my another instance mailman server , the answer should be YES,
cause this instance mailman server can accept mail sent from
abc at mailman.com to abc at mailman.com
On 12/28/2015 10:42 AM, MichaelLeung wrote:
> hi all
> sorry , i think i miss the previous email
> here is the output
> ls -l `which mail`
> lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 22 12月 18 11:13 /bin/mail ->
> ls -l `which sendmail`
> lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 21 12月 18 11:12 /usr/sbin/sendmail ->
> ls -l `which mailx`
> -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 390720 12月 17 2014 /bin/mailx
> to Barry
> i issue mail command on a Centos 6.5 which the mail version is
> and ,i did a further test last night ,
> mailman did not accept those emails set their From address as the
> maillist address.
> which means , for example , if my maillist address is abc at mailman.com
> then mailman server will not accept those emails sent from
> abc at mailman.com to abc at mailman.com
> and if abc at aliase.com is a aliase of abc at mailman.com
> mailman server can accept those emails sent from abc at aliase.com to
> abc at mailman.com
> even aliase.com and mailman.com are resolved to a same IP address.
> On 12/28/2015 01:42 AM, Mark Sapiro wrote:
>> On 12/27/2015 12:37 AM, MichaelLeung wrote:
>>> i think is related to the sender address
>>> as i use -r to speacified a maillist address as the sender address
>>> send this mail to this maillist , Mailman will report the issue , which
>>> mean while , if the from address is differen to recipient address,
>>> mailman will accept it.
>> I am really trying to help you, but it is difficult when you don't
>> answer my questions.
>> Please see the post at
>> and answer the questions in that post.
>> Also please do both of the following commands exactly as shown:
>>> echo "test message 1" | mail -s 'test mail 1' -r mark at msapiro.net
>>> mark at msapiro.net
>>> echo "test message 2" | mail -s 'test mail 2' mark at msapiro.net
>> When you have done the above commands and answered the questions in the
>> post at
>> I will respond further.
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