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comment Rewriting from headers in Postfix
Agreed. See my earlier comments on morgant's solution.
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comment Rewriting from headers in Postfix
Oops! The first is this: "Message headers added by the cleanup(8) daemon itself are excluded from inspection. Examples of such message headers are From:, To:, Message-ID:, Date:." The second is the fact that I need to act on multiple headers, and header_checks only works line-by-line.
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comment Rewriting from headers in Postfix
It looks like that wouldn't work for two reasons. The first is this:
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comment Help debugging Sendmail/Mailman configuration issue
Well, I decided to just go ahead and switch to Postfix, which will probably be better in the end. It's still not 100%, but at least I'm making progress now.
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comment Redirecting requests that would result in an HTTP 400 (Bad Request) error (Apache 2.2)
Thanks! I had tried this method, but somehow managed to not get it working. I gave it another shot and it worked like a charm.
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