Re: Localization of SMTP Messages
- Udo Rader wrote:
> this ML is about postfix, you should ask on the cyrus ML:This implies that the message from
cyrus is indeed proxied through
Can anyone confirm this before I
reask on the cyrus mailinglist?
Besides, the original question
- On Mon, 2007-04-02 at 15:41 +0200, Sven Juergensen wrote:
> Udo Rader wrote:nope, it does not imply this. It just implies that postfix is an SMTP
> > this ML is about postfix, you should ask on the cyrus ML:
> > http://cyrusimap.web.cmu.edu/twiki/bin/view/Cyrus/CyrusMailingLists
> This implies that the message from
> cyrus is indeed proxied through
server wheras cyrus imapd is an IMAP server.
If cyrus-imapd is configured to deploy automated over quota mail
messages then those messages are relayed via the SMTP gateway configured
in cryus imapd (or the system it is installed on). Check your cyrus
installation for that.
It would be quite uncommon (and dangerous IMO) if you wanted postfix to
modify the contents of email messages sent through it.
> Can anyone confirm this before Iman 5 bounce
> reask on the cyrus mailinglist?
> Besides, the original question
> remains unanswered.
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- Sven Juergensen:
> Particularly interesting would be thePostfix is only the messenger of the bad news.
> answer an IMAP server generates. Does
> it get proxied through postfix or is
> it generated by the mailserver?
> Ultimately I'd like to translate theThere is no code in Postfix to change the replies from other (mail)
> 'over quota' message from cyrus' lmtp.