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Re: rfc822 header canonicalization
Si todo está como era entonces, rewrite=null en crossbar.cf debería
arreglar la cosa...
(If all works like used to, rewrite=null in crossbar.cf should do)
Mariano Absatz wrote:
> Hi... I got no answer to this e-mail... so I'm trying to understand it by
> myself... with little success :-(
> What I'm trying is to manage messages received from internet that pass-thru
> this server. I don't care (much) about locally generated messages (these are
> working fine) or locally addressed messages (there are not such, _everething_
> goes somewhere else).
> How do I avoid rewriting of rfc822 "From:" header when there's no domain in
> At least a couple of pointers would be nice... I'm reading the "internet()"
> function in cf/crossbar.cf, but I don't know what to do.
> The manual isn't too helpful either:
> I'd be greatly thankful for any pointers.
> El 3 Oct 2003 a las 11:12, Mariano Absatz escribió:
>>I have a zmailer running as a border server (no local mailboxes), where I do
>>Is there a way to avoid the RFC822 address headers from being canonicalized.
>>That is, someone (probably a spammer) is sending a message with these
>>From: some single words
>>To: some user
>>And then (after router canonicalizes them) they arrive as:
>>From: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
>>To: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
>>Now, lusers inside say that they're being spammed from outside with
>>my.domain.com addresses :-(
>>Is there a way to avoid the header canonicalization from happening? (I don't
>>know how to zsh, so if it's easy, I'd like to have some concrete example :-)
>>I'm using 2.99.56-pre9 taken from CVS on September 3.
> Mariano Absatz
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