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Date:      Sun, 30 Aug 1998 18:51:30 +0300 (EEST)
From:      Alexander Litvin <archer@lucky.net>
To:        "Don O'Neil" <don@whtech.com>
Cc:        current@FreeBSD.ORG
Subject:   Re: Weird sendmail/pop problem
Message-ID:  <199808301551.SAA24934@grape.carrier.kiev.ua>
In-Reply-To: <000101bdd379$abe29a20$0200010a@digerati.whtech.com>

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In article <000101bdd379$abe29a20$0200010a@digerati.whtech.com> you wrote:

DON> Well, To correct my mis-statement, I do realize that SMTP is how the mail is
DON> delivered, I was intending to point out that I was using a "standard" POP3
DON> type client for recieving, not something like IMAP.... Anyway... I've
DON> checked the SMTP (sendmail) logs and the delivery is only made to one of the
DON> two recipents, no matter what order the names are in the .forward file, my
DON> name is allways skipped.... Now, my name is of course the one sending the
DON> message... is there something in sendmail that knows I was the originator
DON> and doesn't bother to send the message back to me? Now if I send a message
DON> using mail or elm, or pine, or sendmail directly from the box (not using the
DON> PC client) then both recipients get the message (I did this a root).

If envelope-sender address == one of the addresses in .forward, and 
option MeToo is not set in sendmail.cf, message is certainly not sent
to this address. When you set your return address in MS Outlook, you're
actually setting not only address in "From:", but also envelope-sender
address (which your Outlook presents itself with in "MAIL FROM" command,
when talking to your server).

--- 
On-line, adj.:
	The idea that a human being should always be accessible to a
computer.

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