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From: Chris Dos (chrischrisdos.com)
Date: Thu Mar 12 2009 - 13:24:24 CDT
Jeremy Nicoll wrote:
> It won't add bounce+ to the beginning of every email, but you can use
> VERP. It might prove more useful anyways as hosts don't always include
> the "to" email address when sending back bounced messages. The format
> is like this:
> This way, you will know that the email was bounced by the format of it.
> The only way I found to redirect these emails to one account is to use a
> regexp or pcre table.
> You probably will want to add the setting of
> "smtpd_authorized_verp_clients = $mynetworks" to your main.cf
> configuration file (found on /etc/postfix/main.cf on Debian, probably
> others as well). I've yet to figure out how to allow anyone authorized
> to send email to set VERP. Perhaps it was part of the design not to
> allow this.
I've been playing with VERP to also address this. Can you buy chance give me an example of your regexp or
pcre table with using VERP?