[linux-elitists] Notify about using the e-mail account.
Sun Apr 11 23:51:11 PDT 2004
>>>>> "TEN" == Teh Entar-Nick <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
TEN> Those folks may show up as
TEN> email@example.com, but they switch the From:
TEN> header over.
W/o an mx (maybe wildcard?) for that domain, they will not get bounces
or DSN's back.
TEN> [...] Also, what if you're using an SMTP smarthost, and that
TEN> smarthost changes? You'd have to modify all your mailing
TEN> list subscriptions even though your address hasn't moved at
TEN> all. [...]
I don't see why the envelope sender has to be different than the header
from address people use due to smarthost issues. There are of course
legitimate reasons why the two can vary (mailing lists being the most
I maybe mailman lets this happen for the case where a mailing
list is subscribed to another?
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