First, thanks for the answer. I saw the feature in ezmlm and it seems to work. About aliases, i think it can only skip sender if the mail is send to an alias, not a normal mail account. Is there an easy way to have such information ?
Le Tuesday 09 March 2004 15:58, Tom Collins a ÃcritÂ: > On Mar 9, 2004, at 5:44 AM, Matthieu Foillard wrote: > > Could you please tell me what you think of this ? > > The problem with patching vdelivermail in that manner is that users > won't be able to send themselves email. > > Also, you should be using the sender from the SMTP envelope, and not > trying to parse the From: header in the email. I'm not sure how to > access that address from vpopmail. > > I took a look at the documentation for ezmlm (which you could have done > yourself if you weren't lazy) and found that ezmlm-send has the option > you need. > > The âC switch prevents posts from being set to SENDER. Rather > than just > copying out subscriber address files, ezmlmâsend has to parse > them to > look for SENDER. This makes it less efficient. Also, it is > useful for > the SENDER to see the post to know that it has made it to the > list, and > itâs context to other subscribers, i.e. where it came within > the trafâ > fic of messages on the list. > > Avoiding SENDER as a recipient is useful in small lists, such as > small > teams with varying members, where ezmlm serves mainly as an > efficient > tool to keep the team connected without administrator > intervention. > Here the overhead of subscriber list parsing is negligible. > > Manually edit the .qmail-listname file (which is actually a link to > listname/editor) in the site's directory. Add -C after ezmlm-send and > before the first parameter (the list directory). > > If you have a moderated list, it will use ezmlm-gate instead. Checking > the man page for ezmlm-gate tells us that you can add the -C option and > it will be passed to ezmlm-send. > > Feel free to log into SourceForge (url in sig) and add a feature > request for us to add this to qmailadmin. It will get a low priority, > and probably won't be acted on unless someone sponsors its development. > > -- > Tom Collins - [EMAIL PROTECTED] > QmailAdmin: http://qmailadmin.sf.net/ Vpopmail: http://vpopmail.sf.net/ > Info on the Sniffter hand-held Network Tester: http://sniffter.com/ -- Matthieu Foillard <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> tel : 0140719720 - mob : 0686574170 pgp : 0x1609654F