- Is there anyway to make header (and body) checks work like every other
In my smtpd_recipient_resictrions =
4. could I make header_checks a specific check(?)
This would allow whitelisting to work properly irregardless of a match on
a rejected header type.
Whitelisting does not work here:
On the Debian Mailing List:
Sep 3 09:26:30 p34 postfix/cleanup: DD64D1C15D76C: reject: header
From: "=?GB2312?B?06a4u8P5?=" <fmying@...> from
to=<jpiszcz@...> proto=ESMTP helo=<murphy.debian.org>: 5.7.1
- Zitat von Victor Duchovni <Victor.Duchovni@...>:
> On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 04:12:05PM +0100, lst_hoe02@... wrote:Yup, seems to be fixed in Thunderbird 3, no problem with 3.0.1 on
>>> There is no "wrong" To-Header. File a bug-report with Mozilla.
>> That's what i tried to find out: Who is at fault and what is the
>> If the bug is still present in TB3 i will bother to file a bug.
> I failed to reproduce this (as described so far) with Thunderbird 3.0
> on MacOSX.
So for the archives case closed for Thunderbird later than 3 and
Outlook since at least 2003-SP3.
Many Thanks for clarification