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From: Stefan Palme (kleinerhora-obscura.de)
Date: Mon Aug 25 2008 - 02:42:02 CDT
> > this is a question not exactly postfix related: When a mail server
> > is about to send a bounce message to the original sender of an
> > undeliverable mail - which address will this bounce be sent to?
> > The Return-Path? The address from the "From" header?
> > Or even to the "Reply-To" address?
> Bounces are always sent to the envelope sender address. That address is
> also added as the Return-Path header by the MTA upon final delivery (i.e.
> you won't find the Return-Path header on the wire and you can't use that
> header to affect where bounces go).
Thanks for your answer. It's absolutely perfect :-)
I don't want to use the Return-Path for changing any behaviour,
I only want to make sure, that normal replies to an email go to
another recipient (using the Reply-To-Header) than bounce messages...