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From: mouss (mlist.onlyfree.fr)
Date: Mon Jun 18 2007 - 10:24:30 CDT
Sean Doherty wrote:
> I have a customer who, for one reason or another, is using non-compliant
> RFC addresses. To be more specific, they have valid addresses wrapped in
> single quote characters e.g. ('joe.bloggsexample.com') - which are not
> RFC compliant.
which kind of addresses? envelope addresses (rfc 821) or header
addresses (rfc 822)?
postfix accepts rfc822 style addresse by default.
> I've tried using canonical maps to rewrite these addresses, but the
> addresses are rejected prior to the address rewriting.
please show logs and output of 'postconf -n' as recommended in the ML
> Is it possible to rewrite these addresses to remove the single quotes?
> I appreciate that it is not the problem with postfix, but rather with
> the customers internal infrastructure, so if the only feasible solution
> is for the customer to fix their addresses, then so be it.
> - Sean