lmtpd's handling of mixed-case addresses

Ted Cabeen secabeen at pobox.com
Wed Dec 11 16:34:30 EST 2002

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In message <20021211173959.GA10819 at slortar.net>, Luc Brouard writes:
>On Wed, Dec 11, 2002 at 09:14:08AM -0800, Ted Cabeen wrote:
>> In recent snapshots of postfix, the lmtp client no longer downcases email
>> addresses sent in RCPT TO commands.  This means that Cyrus lmtpd now rejects
>> email with a user unknown when people capitalize letters in what are normally
>> lowercase usernames.  Since there's no way I can train customers and their
>> correspondents to not capitalize email addresses randomly, can we change 
>> lmtpd/sasl to properly handle these sorts of addresses?
>In postfix just add a flags=u in your master.cf transport configuration
>for lmtp.

Isn't flags= only supported as part of the pipe transport?  That's the only 
place I see mention of it in the docs.

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