Cyrus Sieve + Postfix vacation reply problem
morgan at orst.edu
Fri Jun 17 13:10:07 EDT 2005
On Fri, 17 Jun 2005, Oliver Kaltenecker wrote:
> Andrew Morgan schrieb:
>> Any mail sent out of a sieve script ends up calling the local sendmail
>> binary to send the mail. In the case of postfix of course, sendmail is a
>> dummy program to inject messages into postfix's mail queue.
>> I don't know enough about postfix to directly answer your question, but
>> perhaps since sieve is calling sendmail to inject mail into the queue, that
>> mail is not subject to the sender_canonical_maps processing that occurs
>> over a regular SMTP connection from the user's email client.
> Can you tell me how sendmail is called by sieve? Where can I find
> documentation about sieve. The documentation in the directory doc isn't very
> detailed :-(.
Look at the places open_sendmail is called in imapd/lmtpd.c in the cyrus
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