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From: Craig Theodore (ctheodoreshakenbake.net)
Date: Wed Mar 25 2009 - 03:22:15 CDT
ok, yes I should I have mentioned, we currently use always_bcc and it
doesn't do proper envelope journalling. I've been doing some research, to
do the high tech version, I'd have to get a Sendmail Milter and follow the
workarounds (happy to do so) to make it work with Postfix?
> On Wed, Mar 25, 2009 at 12:01:23PM +0530, ram wrote:
>> On Wed, 2009-03-25 at 16:03 +1100, ctheodoreshakenbake.net wrote:
>> > Hi Everyone,
>> > We have a Email Archive system which is designed for a Email
>> Journaling (from Exchange). Is there a feature (perhaps a milter),
>> within Postfix that can achieve the same feature?
>> > note: using postfix-2.5.6 on Centos 5.2
>> look for always_bcc
> No, this does not journal the message envelope, which is what the OP is
> asking for. Low-tech ways of doing that have been posted here before.
> The key idea is to abuse per-recipient bcc via regexp tables.
> then a clever delivery agent (pipe) can combine the message content
> and original envelope in a suitable format.
> High-tech ways require custom SMTP content filters. There are probably
> archive milters also.
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