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> Hi everyone,
> could you tell me what happens here ?
> We have a mail server under HP-UX 9.05 running zmailer 2.99.25.
> Other 9.05 clients mount the mail and zmailer directory and can send
> mail outside. Now we added a new client running HP-UX 10.20
> and using zmailer-2.99.46 which can send mail outside aswell,
> but every mail sent from this host is aswell copied to the postman directory.
> I have no clue. I can't see the difference between the new client and the
> other clients. Same configuration except for the versions. If i stop
> the server then the file in the router DIR looks normal.
Do you mean you share POSTOFFICE directories between the
two systems ?
> Now that i write it i have a new idea. Does the 'new' sendmail
> produce a different router file than the old sendmail ? Should i
> use an older router for the new client or a newer router on the
> server ?
Indeed it does, somewhen I added 'env-end' header, which
new systems recognize as a demarkation point in between
the envelope, and the RFC-822 headers.
Older routers might not like it.. (if you NFS-share
> Greets, Sven
> PGP public key at http://www.informatik.tu-muenchen.de/~goldt/pgp/pubkey
/Matti Aarnio <email@example.com>
- From: Sven Goldt <firstname.lastname@example.org>