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tslbai
Dear Mailing-List,

i was running the latest Version of Majordomo (1.94.5) successful on
CentOS 6.x with postfix 2.6 (2.6.6-8.el6.x86_64.rpm) for years.

Since i installed CentOS 7.x with postfix 2.10 (2.10.1-6.el7.x86_64.rpm)
majordomo isn't working any more (sendmail-error).

"No recipient addresses found in message header"


Majordomo-Logfile tells:
Sep 01 10:42:35 agilolfinger.de majordomo[29232] {My Name
<[hidden email]>} ABORT [hidden email]: My Name
<[hidden email]> is not a valid return address.

BUT: this address is working an can be used from e.g. cli or scripts.

Is there anyone, who is running majordomo on Postfix 2.10 or has a hint?

(I know that Majordomo ist very old and greatcircle isn't supporting ist
since years and the majordomo-Mailing-list ended 2003.
I know about Mailman too, but i'd like to use majordomo as a small and
tiny solution for a particular usecase.)

Thanks for any hint about running majordomo on CentOS 7.
If i can provide any other information, please tell me.

Thanks, Florian
-------------

Here my /var/log/maillog
Mail to majordomo@domain:
---------------------------
Sep  1 10:43:31 authari postfix/smtpd[29227]: connect from
unknown[2001:a60:900f:0:79c0:ec35:91a8:337a]
Sep  1 10:43:31 authari postfix/smtpd[29227]: Anonymous TLS connection
established from unknown[2001:a60:900f:0:79c0:ec35:91a8:337a]: TLSv1.2
with cipher ECDHE-RSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256 (128/128 bits)
Sep  1 10:43:31 authari postfix/smtpd[29227]: 4667F18417427:
client=unknown[2001:a60:900f:0:79c0:ec35:91a8:337a]
Sep  1 10:43:31 authari postfix/cleanup[29230]: 4667F18417427:
message-id=<[hidden email]>
Sep  1 10:43:31 authari postfix/qmgr[29082]: 4667F18417427:
from=<[hidden email]>, size=810, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
Sep  1 10:43:31 authari postfix/smtpd[29227]: disconnect from
unknown[2001:a60:900f:0:79c0:ec35:91a8:337a]
Sep  1 10:43:31 authari postfix/sendmail[29243]: fatal:
[hidden email](1004): No recipient addresses found in
message header
Sep  1 10:43:31 authari postfix/local[29231]: 4667F18417427:
to=<[hidden email]>, relay=local, delay=0.09,
delays=0.02/0/0/0.06, dsn=2.0.0, status=sent (delivered to command:
/usr/local/majordomo-1.94.5/wrapper majordomo)
Sep  1 10:43:31 authari postfix/qmgr[29082]: 4667F18417427: removed
Sep  1 10:43:31 authari imapd-ssl: DISCONNECTED, user=bai,
ip=[2001:a60:900f:0:79c0:ec35:91a8:337a], headers=221, body=0, rcvd=934,
sent=33227, time=56, starttls=1


Mail to listname@domain
-----------------------
Sep  1 10:46:04 authari postfix/smtpd[29265]: connect from
unknown[2001:a60:900f:0:79c0:ec35:91a8:337a]
Sep  1 10:46:04 authari postfix/smtpd[29265]: Anonymous TLS connection
established from unknown[2001:a60:900f:0:79c0:ec35:91a8:337a]: TLSv1.2
with cipher ECDHE-RSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256 (128/128 bits)
Sep  1 10:46:04 authari postfix/smtpd[29265]: B03A118417427:
client=unknown[2001:a60:900f:0:79c0:ec35:91a8:337a]
Sep  1 10:46:04 authari postfix/cleanup[29230]: B03A118417427:
message-id=<[hidden email]>
Sep  1 10:46:04 authari postfix/qmgr[29082]: B03A118417427:
from=<[hidden email]>, size=821, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
Sep  1 10:46:04 authari postfix/smtpd[29265]: disconnect from
unknown[2001:a60:900f:0:79c0:ec35:91a8:337a]
Sep  1 10:46:04 authari postfix/sendmail[29268]: fatal:
[hidden email](1004): No recipient addresses
found in message header
Sep  1 10:46:04 authari postfix/local[29231]: B03A118417427:
to=<[hidden email]>, relay=local, delay=0.14,
delays=0.03/0/0/0.11, dsn=2.0.0, status=sent (delivered to command:
/usr/local/majordomo-1.94.5/wrapper resend -l frisco-mak-test
frisco-mak-test-list)
Sep  1 10:46:04 authari postfix/qmgr[29082]: B03A118417427: removed
Sep  1 10:46:04 authari imapd-ssl: DISCONNECTED, user=bai,
ip=[2001:a60:900f:0:79c0:ec35:91a8:337a], headers=221, body=0, rcvd=946,
sent=33289, time=153, starttls=1
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Re: majordomo postfix 2.10.1 No recipient addresses found in message header

Matus UHLAR - fantomas
On 01.09.17 12:18, tslbai wrote:
>i was running the latest Version of Majordomo (1.94.5) successful on
>CentOS 6.x with postfix 2.6 (2.6.6-8.el6.x86_64.rpm) for years.
>
>Since i installed CentOS 7.x with postfix 2.10 (2.10.1-6.el7.x86_64.rpm)
>majordomo isn't working any more (sendmail-error).
>
>"No recipient addresses found in message header"

this question has been already asked and answered:

http://postfix.1071664.n5.nabble.com/majordomo-postfix-combination-troubles-td79952.html>

>(I know that Majordomo ist very old and greatcircle isn't supporting ist
>since years and the majordomo-Mailing-list ended 2003.

should be no issue since even this list runs on majordomo.

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Re: majordomo postfix 2.10.1 No recipient addresses found in message header

tslbai
Thanks for the hint!

Sorry, but i don't know, how to tell majordomo, to invoke sendmail in
the correct way.

I grep'ed the majordomo scripts for "-t" Option. This is used several times:

# pwd
/usr/local/majordomo-1.94.5
# grep sendmail * | grep " \-t"
archive2.pl:$bounce_mailer = $bounce_mailer || "$sendmail_command
-f\$sender -t";
config-test:    print "$sendmail_command -f\\\$sender -t\n";
config-test:    print "/usr/lib/sendmail -f\\\$sender -t\n";
config-test:        $bounce_mailer = "$sendmail_command -f\$sender -t"
digest:$bounce_mailer = "$sendmail_command -f\$sender -t"
digest:$bounce_mailer = "$sendmail_command -fmajordomo-owner -t"
majordomo:$bounce_mailer = "$sendmail_command -f\$sender -t"
majordomo.cf:$bounce_mailer = "$sendmail_command -oi -oee -f\$sender -t";
majordomo.pl:$mail_prog = "$sendmail_command -f\$sender -t";
request-answer:$bounce_mailer = "$sendmail_command -f\$sender -t"
resend:$bounce_mailer = $bounce_mailer || "$sendmail_command -f\$sender -t";
resend:# check for the dreaded -t option to sendmail, which will cause
resend: $mailcmd = "/usr/lib/sendmail -f$sender -t";
sample.cf:$bounce_mailer = "$sendmail_command -oi -oee -f\$sender -t";
#
# pwd
/usr/local/majordomo-1.94.5/Tools
new-list:$bounce_mailer = "$sendmail_command -f\$sender -t"
sequencer:      print MAIL ">>> /usr/lib/sendmail -f$sendmail_sender -t\n";
sequencer:    local(@mailer) = split(' ',"/usr/lib/sendmail
-f$sendmail_sender -t");

I deleted some of the "-t"-Options, but my problem persists. :-(

I know, this is not a postfix-issue, but can you please advise me, how
to treat majordomo?

Thanks,
Florian
------------------------------

On 9/1/2017 2:16 PM, Matus UHLAR - fantomas wrote:

> On 01.09.17 12:18, tslbai wrote:
>> i was running the latest Version of Majordomo (1.94.5) successful on
>> CentOS 6.x with postfix 2.6 (2.6.6-8.el6.x86_64.rpm) for years.
>>
>> Since i installed CentOS 7.x with postfix 2.10 (2.10.1-6.el7.x86_64.rpm)
>> majordomo isn't working any more (sendmail-error).
>>
>> "No recipient addresses found in message header"
>
> this question has been already asked and answered:
>
> http://postfix.1071664.n5.nabble.com/majordomo-postfix-combination-troubles-td79952.html>
>
>
>> (I know that Majordomo ist very old and greatcircle isn't supporting ist
>> since years and the majordomo-Mailing-list ended 2003.
>
> should be no issue since even this list runs on majordomo.
>
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Re: majordomo postfix 2.10.1 No recipient addresses found in message header

tslbai
Hi,

i think, i found the reason for the majordomo-problem.
Problem is the Update from perl4 to perl5.

I find the "$* is no longer supported at"-Message in my debug-file
/var/tmp/majordomo.debug

https://www.claudiokuenzler.com/blog/62/$*_is_no_longer_supported_majordomo#.War3WDdLezc

http://henrysnotes.org/post_view.php?id=82

... but i'm further then ever from a solution.


Which perl are you using for the majordomo of this postfix-list?
Do you run a patched Version? Could you kindly make it availeable?

Thanks,
Florian
----------------

On 9/1/2017 7:29 PM, tslbai wrote:

> Thanks for the hint!
>
> Sorry, but i don't know, how to tell majordomo, to invoke sendmail in
> the correct way.
>
> I grep'ed the majordomo scripts for "-t" Option. This is used several times:
>
> # pwd
> /usr/local/majordomo-1.94.5
> # grep sendmail * | grep " \-t"
> archive2.pl:$bounce_mailer = $bounce_mailer || "$sendmail_command
> -f\$sender -t";
> config-test:    print "$sendmail_command -f\\\$sender -t\n";
> config-test:    print "/usr/lib/sendmail -f\\\$sender -t\n";
> config-test:        $bounce_mailer = "$sendmail_command -f\$sender -t"
> digest:$bounce_mailer = "$sendmail_command -f\$sender -t"
> digest:$bounce_mailer = "$sendmail_command -fmajordomo-owner -t"
> majordomo:$bounce_mailer = "$sendmail_command -f\$sender -t"
> majordomo.cf:$bounce_mailer = "$sendmail_command -oi -oee -f\$sender -t";
> majordomo.pl:$mail_prog = "$sendmail_command -f\$sender -t";
> request-answer:$bounce_mailer = "$sendmail_command -f\$sender -t"
> resend:$bounce_mailer = $bounce_mailer || "$sendmail_command -f\$sender -t";
> resend:# check for the dreaded -t option to sendmail, which will cause
> resend: $mailcmd = "/usr/lib/sendmail -f$sender -t";
> sample.cf:$bounce_mailer = "$sendmail_command -oi -oee -f\$sender -t";
> #
> # pwd
> /usr/local/majordomo-1.94.5/Tools
> new-list:$bounce_mailer = "$sendmail_command -f\$sender -t"
> sequencer:      print MAIL ">>> /usr/lib/sendmail -f$sendmail_sender -t\n";
> sequencer:    local(@mailer) = split(' ',"/usr/lib/sendmail
> -f$sendmail_sender -t");
>
> I deleted some of the "-t"-Options, but my problem persists. :-(
>
> I know, this is not a postfix-issue, but can you please advise me, how
> to treat majordomo?
>
> Thanks,
> Florian
> ------------------------------
>
> On 9/1/2017 2:16 PM, Matus UHLAR - fantomas wrote:
>> On 01.09.17 12:18, tslbai wrote:
>>> i was running the latest Version of Majordomo (1.94.5) successful on
>>> CentOS 6.x with postfix 2.6 (2.6.6-8.el6.x86_64.rpm) for years.
>>>
>>> Since i installed CentOS 7.x with postfix 2.10 (2.10.1-6.el7.x86_64.rpm)
>>> majordomo isn't working any more (sendmail-error).
>>>
>>> "No recipient addresses found in message header"
>>
>> this question has been already asked and answered:
>>
>> http://postfix.1071664.n5.nabble.com/majordomo-postfix-combination-troubles-td79952.html>
>>
>>
>>> (I know that Majordomo ist very old and greatcircle isn't supporting ist
>>> since years and the majordomo-Mailing-list ended 2003.
>>
>> should be no issue since even this list runs on majordomo.
>>