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Re: exim envelope-to and procmail



Hi Miguel,

Yes, it's in both the procmail_pipe and the local_delivery transports. I actually think it's something 
that procmail is doing. 

Regards,

Liam


On 31 May 2002 at 11:45, Miquel van Smoorenburg wrote:

> In article <3CF760B8.20307.7E2885@localhost>,
> Liam Ward <liam@dv4.com> wrote:
> >All of my mail goes to one address and is forwarded by procmail to
> >one of a set of mailboxes that I POP from.
> >
> >I have exim set to include the envelope-to header and this seems to
> >work for other addresses on my system that don't go through procmail.
> >However, the header seems to get removed in my e-mails and I'm
> >assuming that procmail is removing the envelope-to header. I've found
> >some vague mentions of this but no cures.
> 
> Did you set the "add_envelope_to" header on the transport that
> eventually calls procmail? I.e. the procmail_pipe transport and/or the
> address_pipe transport ?
> 
> Mike.
> 
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