On Friday 26 November 2004 02:23 am, Mariusz Czarnecki wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm using set of software as in topic.
> I've got line my.domain:my.domain line in virtualdomains file in qmail
> control dir.
> My virual domain is also default domain.
> Reply message going from autorespond has sender address as
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] which is definitely wrong.
> Line included in dotqmail causing autoreply to work contains $ as the
> last sing.
> If I use + instead of $ sign autoreply message goes with empty sender
> address which is also not acceptable for me.

to avoid mail loops, any automated responses should have a null envelope 

> How to get autorespond working properly, that's mean with correct sender
> address set which should be recipient address of original message indeed.

So say I have one of these autoresponders, and so do you.  You send me an 
email, I autorespond.  You respond to my autoresponse.  I respond to your 
autoresponse to my autoresponse ... etc.

What Problem Are You Trying To Solve?


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