Delivered-To or Envelope-To header ...
P.A.Chambers at exeter.ac.uk
Fri Dec 29 13:27:41 EST 2006
On Tue, 26 Dec 2006 17:17:49 -0400 "Marc G. Fournier" <scrappy at hub.org> wrote:
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> Is it possible to add this where delivery method is lmtp? I have one person
> requesting it, and am not finding anything particularly useful on the subject
> Mainly, what they are looking at is where UserA is aliased to UserB, but they
> want to know that the original was sent to UserA for 'sub-filtering' purposes
> I'm using Postfix in front of cyrus imapd .. and v2.3.x of Cyrus IMAPd ...
If a message has been delivered to B because A is in the To: or Cc: then you
don't need any extra header lines because you can see it in the To: and Cc:.
If the message was delivered to multiple recipients because of Bcc: or because
of a list (Postfix can't tell the difference) then you are snookered as far as
I can see. You would need to get Postfix to put a list of all the envelope
recipients in the new header line and that would break the Bcc: privacy, so you
should refuse to do it.
Phil Chambers (postmaster at exeter.ac.uk)
University of Exeter
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