Want sendmail applying aliases to 'cc:' field too
nr1c0re at gmail.com
Fri Dec 10 14:12:19 UTC 2010
2010/12/10 tomasz dereszynski <tomaszd at paraklet.net>:
> Generally reading documentation helps.
> then google...
> first URL...
>> Hey all!
>> I've got /etc/mail/aliases file like
>> user: user at site1.domain.com
>> user2: user2 at site1.domain.com
>> user3: user3 at site2.domain.com
>> When someone from Internet send email to user at domain.com with cc: to
>> user3 at domain.com sendmail send mail to user and user3 normaly, they
>> recieve their mail.
>> But I need some additional behavior:
>> user receive that mail with
>> to: user at site1.domain.com
>> cc: user3 at domain.com
>> I want that cc would be user3 at site2.domain.com, like in aliases file.
>> Because I got problems replying to all (with user3 at domain.com
>> included, but it must be user3 at site2.domain.com). How this can be
>> In other words I need some kind of cc: field rewriting regarding to
>> aliases file contents.
>> I have not found such feature in sendmail. So I think this can be done
>> with some milter may be... Anyone has ideas?
>> Any tips, thinks, tricks and etc highly needed! I'm out of ideas at that
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I do use aliases file and I know what is it.
But it looks like not this case.
I want Cc: be rewritten like in aliases file defined in Cc: header,
not only those one that comes in "RCPT TO:".
And sendmail does not do it with Cc: field.
Yes, recipient that in Cc: field do receive this mail, all ok in this
way, but I want in MY mail Cc: field been rewritten as it is in
I want to see in my mail this email headers
to: user at domain.com
cc: user3 at site2.domain.com
Not this one:
to: user at site1.domain.com
cc: user3 at domain.com
Looked at postfix - same thing, no such feature saw there in documentation.
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