Cyrus + Sieve
dgottsc at emory.edu
Tue May 26 11:42:08 EDT 2009
No, that was a part of a message that came through from a external source. Not one generated locally or from the same address.
UTS Email team
david.gottschalk at emory.edu
From: Marc Patermann [mailto:hans.moser at ofd-sth.niedersachsen.de]
Sent: Tuesday, May 26, 2009 11:26 AM
To: Gottschalk, David; Cyrus Mailing List
Subject: Re: Cyrus + Sieve
Gottschalk, David schrieb:
> That must be my issue then. Every message in my inbox has a
> Return-path of:
> dgottsc at servername (No domain extension just the server hostname)
This might be the issue then. If your MTA is not "too open", relaying
with this sender might not be allowed and your vacation mail is never
ever sent to to intended recipient which is the original sender.
> Even though the message did not come from myself, but a external
Don't you mess up "vacation mail sender" and "sender of the mail on
which to send a vacation message"?
The sender obove is the cyrus generated sender for the cyrus generated
vacation mail. I think you are referencing here to the original mail
instead, are you?
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