Is it intended behavior? Or in such cases, pflogsumm could report using
some pre-set term e.g. localhost (or the server domain name) and
local-mailer@localhost (or even better the actual address used by
postfix when delivering reports - see below) respectively?
Note: In our system, I see that delivery notifications ("Successful Mail
Delivery Report") seem to be coming from:
Mail Delivery System <[hidden email]>
On Thu, 02 Feb 2012 23:49:19 +0200
Nikolaos Milas <[hidden email]> wrote:
> In the logs, there are cases where some message seems to be coming
That's because they are.
> In such cases PFLOGSUMM, instead of a domain name or full sender
> address, displays in the stats "from=<>".
That's because the sender is the null sender. So it was either
display nothing at all, or show "from=<>" to make it clear those were
from the null sender.
> Is it intended behavior?
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