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From: mouss (moussnetoyen.net)
Date: Sun Aug 17 2008 - 12:24:02 CDT
Ebbe Hjorth wrote:
> One of my users tried sending a mail where the name in the to field,
> contained two commas (,) - It looks like postfix looked at it and thought
> that the commas seprated email addesses and not first and last name.
when asking questions or reporting problems, you should always give
- show the To header in question.
- tell us how the message was submitted to postfix (sendmail command or
smtp, from the same machine or from another one, ... etc).
- show the output of 'postconf mail_version; postconf -n'
> Is that normal? I thought that only semi-colon separated addresses?
> Can it be disabled?
>And does it have any down sides?
if the mailer generates borked headers, it is not wise to let these go
to the ether without fixing them.