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From: Zhou, Yan (yzhoumedplus.com)
Date: Wed Aug 18 2010 - 10:02:03 CDT
> By default, Postfix delivery decisions are based solely on envelope
> recipient addresses. If you send mail to a non-existent address,
> then the non-delivery report will be sent to your email address.
> You can configure Postfix via access(5), header_checks(5) and
> body_checks(5) tables to make delivery decisions based on other
> message properties than the envelope recipient address; in addition
> some Postfix features provide mail handling that is controlled by
> the envelope sender address.
1. I disabled "Received" header, regular emails I get in my processor no
longer has it, but the bounced email still has that header. Here is how
my rule reads. I would like not to get any "Received" header, but not
sure why such difference.
2. I wish to find out why a message was bounced. Anyway that I can get
that info. without parsing the whole mail text and look for it? In other
words, is there any Postfix mechanism/variables indicating that?
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