... Ok. if its global address, then it makes sense. ... sorry. I meant notify_classes. I updated to the one below from default. notify_classes = bounce, delay,Message 1 of 11 , Dec 27 7:22 AMView Source
On Dec 27, 2007 7:30 AM, mouss <mlist.only@...> wrote:Mihira Fernando wrote:bounces generally go the original sender, not to postmaster. if you are
> On Thu December 27 2007, Linux Addict wrote:
>> On Dec 26, 2007 10:41 PM, Sahil Tandon <sahil@...> wrote:
>>> * Linux Addict < linuxaddict7@...> [2007-12-26 22:32:19 -0500]:
>>>> Ok. I adjusted the bounce_notify to get the bounces. I have 2 virtual
>>>> domains both places I have the postmaster setup. But the both Virtual
>>>> domains seems to be picking the postmaster of $mydomain for bounces. Is
>>>> there anything else has to be configured.
>>> Please stop top-posting and clarify your question.
>>> Sahil Tandon < sahil@...>
>> Sorry about that. I didn't know. Thanks for being kind.
>> I have 2 virtual domains. Both of them have postmaster user. But the
>> bounces for the specific virtual domains are not routed to their
>> respective postmaster, but are going to the postmaster of $mydomain.
>> Wondering if any configuration is required.
thinking of bounce_notice_recipient, then reread the doc: it's a global
address, and it should not be abused.
Ok. if its global address, then it makes sense.
what is bounce_notify?
sorry. I meant notify_classes. I updated to the one below from default.
notify_classes = bounce, delay, policy, protocol, resource, software
when mail is sent by an application that do more than sending email,
> It'll be a lot easier to use a mailing list manager such as Mailman for this
> type of thing. Mailman has this very feature where it will automatically
> unsubscribe bouncing addresses while notifying the list manager of these
there is no easy way to integrate with mailman. This is certainly
possible, but it may require some amount of work. There seems to be a
need for some API (which may consist of documentation!) to integrate
applications with mailing list managers. This way, application
developpers will not need to reinvent the wheel. (Note that the problem
here is not a system administration one: a sysadmin can certainly
integrate whatever stuff with a list manager, provided he is given some
way to access the mail addresses!)
Thanks Mouss. Just wondering what will best way to handle bounces and user replies.