[Mailman-Users] mails send from sendmail with commandline to mailman become 'Message has implicit destination'

MichaelLeung gbcbooksmj at gmail.com
Mon Dec 28 01:11:57 EST 2015

please tell me what did you see the To: and the Subject:header

i issue these commands

echo "test message 1" | mail -s 'test mail 1' -r user1 at gtexrxxxx.eu.org user1 at gtexrxxxx.eu.org

echo "test message 2" | mail -s 'test mail 2' user1 at gtexrxxxx.eu.org

i got test mail 2 as normal ,but test mail 1 did not have To:and 

On 12/28/2015 12:10 PM, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> I wrote:
>> Further, I asked you
>>> 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
>> If you have done that, I didn't get the resultant mail.
> OK, I got the mails and they both have the expected To: and Subject:
> headers.
> So, if you are certain that the issue is 'Message has implicit
> destination', then I think the issue is that the mail to the list that
> doesn't work is not addressed to the address that the list thinks is the
> list address. I.e. it is addressed to some other address that winds up
> at that list by aliasing/forwarding.
> Go to the list's web admin interface and look at Privacy options... ->
> Recipient filters. Read that page and also the pages at the (Details for
> require_explicit_destination) and (Details for acceptable_aliases) links.
> That should explain what's happening and what you can do about it.
> If on the other hand, the message is held for something like "post by
> non-member ..." look at Privacy options... -> Sender filters.
> I am done for today and going fishing tomorrow. I'll be back here in
> about 20 hours.

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