I have had a Majordomo configuration working for years (with help
from this list getting the aliases configured). Lately I have been
receiving more and more bounce messages from Exchange servers that
do not identify the intended recipient, so I am hoping to
implement VERP, at least temporarily, in order to sort out which
addresses need to be dropped from my lists.
The problem I am running into now is that where I was hoping to
get the envelope sender to appear as:
list sender: abcd-test-errs@listdomain
virtual_alias_maps = hash:$config_directory/abcd.lists
alias_maps = hash:$config_directory/abcd.lists.local
recipient_delimiter = +
default_verp_delimiters = +=
disable_verp_bounces = no
smtpd_authorized_verp_clients = $mynetworks # Can I set this to
verp_delimiter_filter = -=+
# $sendmail_command -- Pathname to the sendmail program
$sendmail_command = "/usr/sbin/sendmail";
# $mailer -- What program and args do I use to send mail to the
# $bounce_mailer -- What is used to send mail anywhere else?
$mailer = "$sendmail_command -XV -oi -f\$sender";
$bounce_mailer = "$sendmail_command -oi -f\$sender -t";
> On Feb 4, 2018, at 3:33 PM, Norton Allen <[hidden email]> wrote:
> abcd-test-abcd-mj-incoming: "|/usr/bin/sudo -u majordomo /opt/majordomo/resend -C /etc/opt/majordomo/abcd-verp.cf -l abcd-test abcd-test-abcd-mj-outgoing"
> abcd-test-abcd-mj-outgoing: :include:/var/opt/majordomo/lists/abcd/abcd-test
Your problem is likely here. VERP support requires the MLM to
expand the list itself, before handing it off to Postfix.
The VERP processing happens in the queue manager before the
message is handed off to the local delivery agent, so the
only recipient that's seen at that time is: