Re: Is this group still live ?
- From: ram <ramprasad.ap@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 19 May 2010 11:52:24 -0700 (PDT)
On May 17, 10:24 pm, h...@xxxxxxxxx (Hugo Villeneuve) wrote:
ram <ramprasad...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On May 14, 8:36 pm, Steve Kostecke <st...@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 2010-05-13, ram <ramprasad...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
How do I get the uucp node name passed to postfix when the mail is
If the clients are all running postfix at their sites as the SMTP/UUCP
interface you may be able to add a custom header there.
No I cannot control the sending servers MTA.
Also I have no reason to trust the sending servers headers
Is there a way I can add the header after the mail has been recd. I am
ready to patch my uucico/rmail for this if required.
I know on my OpenBSD/Taylor's UUCP setup, uuxqt sets the environment
variable UU_MACHINE with the remote node name. OpenBSD's rmail pass it
to sendmail so it can use it in the Received header.
But I can't find a description of your setup. (Which unix-like?
Commercial UUCP or Taylor's UUCP? Which MTA you currently use? Is your
rmail from your OS or directly taken from your MTA sources?)
Like the rmail from Postfix is just a shell script. It be easy to call
"formail" from procmail to add any header.
That OpenBSD's rmail trick is only found on OpenBSD and depends on the
sendmail's -p switch which is ignored by Postifx's sendmail
I have looked at that policyd thingie and I haven't figured how to use
it for your requirement.
I use Centos Linux and postfix.
Probably I could use the env variable in rmail
Let me check that
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