I would like to give some feedback,
I updated my qmail from 1.03-2.1 to 1.03-3.1, retested vacation message using manasieve filter and it worked with Gmail, the Return-Path now is only "<>" like it should be.
Thank you all.

Em 14/05/2019 14:20, Leonardo Porto escreveu:

Hi Eric,

The Last Modified information about the qmail rpms are still from 2018 so I thought they were not updated yet.

I only need download qmail-1.03-3.1.qt.el7.x86_64.rpm and install on my system to correct the null sender, right?


Em 13/05/2019 18:22, Eric's mail escreveu:
ftp://ftp.whitehorsetc.com/pub/repo/qmt/CentOS/7/development/x86_64/ <http://ftp://ftp.whitehorsetc.com/pub/repo/qmt/CentOS/7/development/x86_64/>

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On Mon, May 13, 2019 at 2:05 PM -0600, "Leonardo Porto" <leonardo.po...@iw.net.br <mailto:leonardo.po...@iw.net.br>> wrote:

    Hi Eric,

    Is that already available for download?

    Em 21/03/2019 12:10, Eric Broch escreveu:

    This patch is in the latest qmail rpm (CentOS 7) in the
    development tree.

    Thanks, Roberto!

    On 3/21/2019 1:36 AM, Roberto Puzzanghera wrote:
    Have a look here

    Il giorno mer 20 mar 2019 alle ore 21:30 Leonardo Porto
    <leonardo.po...@iw.net.br <mailto:leonardo.po...@iw.net.br>> ha


        Gmail is rejecting my vacation messages set in managesive
        filters, when I look qmail-send logs I find this:

        2019-03-20 11:59:22.717746500 info msg 100921151: bytes 690
        from <<>@my.default.domain> qp 12303 uid 89

        2019-03-20 11:59:24.229429500 delivery 2: failure:

        Hotmail accept it so I look in the message source code and
        find out the Return-Path is "<>"@my.default.domain.
        It seems the null sender <> is the default and recommended
        behaviour to prevent loops but apparently my problem is the
        something in the process is adding my default qmail domain
        after it.
        By the way, the email account used in this case belongs to
        another domain, not the default domain.
        Does anyone have a clue why this is happening?


-- Eric Broch
    White Horse Technical Consulting (WHTC)

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