> I don't think that's possible with aliases or ezmlm mailing lists.
Before i installed vpopmail, qmail was running using /etc/aliases and old
sysadmin did something so that it worked like they want (i can't ask admin
what he did) The problem is that the company which is running this server was
very happy about this feature and flame me cause it does not work now :-(
Maybe someone has an idea or some things i can investigate ?
Thanks again, again !
> On Mar 7, 2004, at 4:19 PM, Matthieu Foillard wrote:
> > Sorry to repost this but after some more search i did,
> > i still can't find a way to do that. Could someone help please ?
> > Thanks again
> > Le Thursday 04 March 2004 13:33, Matthieu Foillard a écrit :
> >> Hi list,
> >> I'm running a "classic" setup using qmail + vpopmail + qmailadmin.
> >> I've some aliases defined and i want sender which is belong to an
> >> alias
> >> does not receive its own email.
> >> exemple,
> >> i've defined an alias like [EMAIL PROTECTED] -> [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL
> >> PROTECTED]
> >> if [EMAIL PROTECTED] sends a mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED], i want [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> >> does _not_
> >> receive its
> >> own email, only other members, in this case : [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> >> Is there a way to do so ?
> >> Then, using ezmlm-idx, i want to to the same so that senders does not
> >> receive its own email when sending mail to the list in which he
> >> belongs to.
> >> Thanks for help,
> >> Matthieu
> Tom Collins - [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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