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Re: sendmail -t
[John got worried that I have not received this question,
and probed me -- thanks, this had been buried deep..]
> Solaris: sendmail(1)
> -t Read message for recipients. To:, Cc:, and
> Bcc: lines will be scanned for people to
> send to. The Bcc: line will be deleted
> before transmission. Any addresses in the
> argument list will be suppressed.
> Zmailer: sendmail(8)
> -t scan header for recipient addresses if none are speci-
> fied on the command line. This is also the default
> behaviour, so this option has no effect.
> Is there a reason for this incompatability? I have some code which I need to
> run against both sendmails.
Sendmail: "Any addresses in the argument list will be suppressed"
Yes, that could be done at ZMailer's "sendmail" too, then they
behave exactly the same. ( + update on manpage )
(yet another last moment bit of code into source set waiting to
be released... Ok, perhaps it will, but hour or so latter than
without this ;-) )
/Matti Aarnio <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- sendmail -t
- From: John D Groenveld <email@example.com>