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From: Steve Crawford (scrawfordpinpointresearch.com)
Date: Wed Mar 04 2009 - 10:56:14 CST
While we do not manage a "mailing list" in the traditional sense, we do
send a lot of emails (daily/weekly/monthly reports, instant-alert
messages, etc.) where using VERP to track bounces could prove useful.
We run numerous projects with varying requirements and the messages
could be generated by Perl, Python, Bash/mutt, etc. All inbound/outbound
mail is routed through Postfix.
In my ideal world, I would find a magic setting that said, say, "use
VERP for all messages from foopinpointresearch.com" or perhaps from
some specific IP range. Digging through the docs and list archives
indicates this does not exist.
So I'm seeking recommendations/ideas. Has anyone done something with
rewriting or procmail or ??? Are there any filters or other external
programs that might help me achieve this in Postfix? Can you recommend
any replacements for our current email generation tools (needs to be
command-line and allow us to generate multipart-MIME and attachments)?
I am aware of the sendmail -V possibililty but some of the other tools
are more convenient when generating multipart MIME, adding attachments,
etc. and it doesn't appear the -V option can be used in server mode to
make a VERPifying server.