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RE: how do i stop successful delivery notifications
But shouldn't only the sender of the message get the notification? Ie not
the postmaster too.. it seems to only happen when there is a program in the
.forward.. an email address in the .forward works as expected (ie no
notification to postmaster)..
Also, I'm seeing it happen with mailing lists too.. could this be that the
originator of the message asked for delivery receipts and they are not being
stripped off when being forwarded to the mailing list? the 'delivery
receipt' is being sent to the list-owner and postmaster..
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, 23 April 1999 12:29a
Cc: Steve Evans; email@example.com
Subject: Re: how do i stop successful delivery
> > both postmaster and the sender of the message are sent a
> > notification message, such as :
> > "This is a collection of reports about email delivery
> > process concerning a message you originated:
> > <local pipe. <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > |/usr/local/bin/procmail 10053>: [Exit Status 0] "
> Hey Steve,
> This is because the sender has asked for confirmation of
> I mistook it for an error which it is not.
Indeed yes. (Anton replied before I had a change..)
However... I see sometimes (at least used to see)
reports of this type, which have *not* been
If you see any such case with current scheduler,
inform me about the factoids -- was it definitely
requested behaviour ? ( That is, without
DSN=SUCCESS ? )
/Matti Aarnio <email@example.com>