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Thread: [SOLVED] Always_bcc acting strange when sending email

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    Default [SOLVED] Always_bcc acting strange when sending email

    Hi,

    Let me explain the situation. We have a webshop, with more then 1 emailadres, websales@domain.nl, webmaster@domain.nl

    I've modified postfix/conf/main.cf, added always_bcc=copyall@domain.nl
    Everything works fine, every email is copied to copyall@domain.nl.

    I've set some filters there, so you get something like this:
    Mail send from: websales@domain.nl -> Move to: [OUT] Domain Websales
    Mail send from: webmaster@domain.nl -> Move to: [OUT] Domain Webmaster

    Every user log's in with his/her own email account and has access through a shared folder to the outgoing email he/she is allowed to read.

    For example, I login with alitrix@domain.nl. I can send as webmaster@domain.nl and my email will be archived to [OUT] Domain Webmaster, so other users can read my reaction as well.

    The problem is, when I (or someone else) try to forward/reply on a email that is inside [OUT] Domain Webmaster and he/she puts the 'From' address on webmaster@letscall, it will always be sended as copyall@domain.nl
    This is very annoying, because people will reply on it and the reply will never end in the webmaster's inbox again.

    What would be the reason for this?

    !NOTE! On a post on this forum, I found something about modifing headers with a config file (I think in the postfix directory). The problem is, I dont know what the filename is and what it did. It was something like /From: copyall@domain.nl/. Dunno if that has anything to do with my problem.

    If you need any information, please let me know.
    Last edited by alitrix; 05-06-2009 at 02:54 PM.

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    If I follow it right, you're hitting the old on behalf of bug that has a ton of entries in bugzilla. basically when you forward a message that is in that shared folder it probably says "From: alitrix@domain.nl on behalf of copyall@domain.nl" if you look at the header of the message there is a Sender: and a From:.

    Anyway this is fixed in 6.0

    Bug 22819 – support sendAs right on server (as opposed to on-behalf-of)

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    Yes, this is exactly my problem!

    I can't find version 6.0 on the product page ?
    Or is it still beta?

    //Edit
    I cee it is beta idd.
    Is there a way I can download and install it like I installed 5.0? With installation scripts.
    With installation scripts, I mean this howto: Zimbra Collaboration Suite (ZCS) Open Source Edition v5.0 On Debian Etch | HowtoForge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials
    Last edited by alitrix; 05-06-2009 at 03:44 PM.

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    still in beta ;(

    i do remember reading a thread where someone had stripped one of the headers but i think it was to remove the on behalf of part and have it just say from: copyitall@domain.nl which is not what you're looking for.

    we use sophos puremessage as our gateway which has all sorts of cool messages tools. i managed to work around a similar situation by modifying the from: header to match the sender header, and drop the sender header. not sure if something like amavis can do that.

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