[unix socket] header

Cameron Knowlton cameronk at igods.com
Wed Jul 7 14:19:51 EDT 2004

total Cyrus newbie, so please bear with me. I 
couldn't find this on the engines anywhere.

how would I go about removing the ([unix socket]) 
Cyrus header below? it really does mess up my 
spam cop process, and causes confusion.


Return-Path: <info at fenetics.com>
Received: from stats.igods.com ([unix socket])
	by stats.igods.com (Cyrus v2.1.13) with 
LMTP; Tue, 06 Jul 2004 09:46:00 -0700
X-Sieve: CMU Sieve 2.2
Received: from igods.com (dialup-208-157-46-73.mho.net [])
	by stats.igods.com (Postfix) with ESMTP id E29C146798
	for <cameronk at igods.com>; Tue,  6 Jul 2004 09:45:19 -0700 (PDT)
From: info at fenetics.com
To: cameronk at igods.com


>On Tuesday, July 06, 2004 at 19:44 CEST,
>      Cameron Knowlton <cameronk at igods.com> wrote:
>>  I'm getting an odd receive chain in messages being received at
>>  postfix... what is ([unix socket]) below? (I'm running Mac OS X
>>  10.3.4).
>You're delivering mail to Cyrus via LMTP and a Unix socket. The Cyrus
>delivery agent adds the header.
>>  I guess ideally I'd like to avoid this header, as it seemed
>>  extraneous, and throws a wrench into my spam cop script.
>Normally, header_checks and the IGNORE action can be used to remove
>unwanted Received headers, but this time the header is added by the
>delivery agent after processing header_checks.
>Magnus Bäck

Cameron Knowlton
iGods Internet Marketing
cameronk at igods.com
P: 250.382.0226
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