[Mailman-Users] nodupes doesn't seem to be working with aliases
curtis at ipv6.occnc.com
Thu May 5 19:33:04 EDT 2016
I'm not sure if this counts as suppressable dupes. All users have
bin/export.py | grep nodupes | wc -l
bin/export.py | grep nodupes | grep -v True | wc -l
I have a postfix virtual-alias of the form:
a b, c, d
c e, f
d g, h
g i, j
h k, l
If I send mail to a set of mailing lists then dupes get suppressed but
not if I send to an alias that expands to the same set of mailing
lists. Mailman gets two copies from postfix but the message-id is the
same for both. There is a to= and orig_to= in maillog but the
messages should be otherwise identical including the timestamps.
Is there a way to suppress dupes in this situation?
I have 5 such aliases for convenience but if I can't suppress dupes
its an annoyance since some people are on multiple mailing lists. For
some reason I thought this used to work (but might have imagined it).
I'd rather not send a bunch of cross posted test messages, though if
more info is needed I can create some new "just for test" mailing
lists and aliases (on a just for test server if need be).
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