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Message numéro 1 dans le sujet problème option -t exim4.

  • 45380.1

    15/10/2011 10:45

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    Bonjour à tous,

    j'ai un nouveau problème lié à mon installation, il concerne le non envoi des mails :

    mon Mailer-Daemon me renvoi un msg d'erreur voir ci-après.

    Merci de votre aide

    erreur renvoyée par exim

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    A message that you sent using the -t command line option contained no addresses that were not also on the command line, and were therefore suppressed. This left no recipient addresses, and so no delivery could be attempted.

    ------ This is a copy of your message, including all the headers. ------

    Date: Sat, 15 Oct 2011 07:47:31 +0200
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    From: info-compte@opalys-fleurs.com
    To: f.lyonne@wanadoo.fr
    Subject: Informations utilisateurs

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    Cher(chère) ,vous recevez cet e-mail suite à votre inscription sur note site Internet.
    Nom de connexion : flyonne
    Mot de passe : C6JG7S9iT5
    Pour activer votre compte, veuillez suivre l'URL : https://www.opalys-f.....email/11569/giuGaufu
    Cordialement, votre administrateur Change --=_729ae76d82d3e75127f3d47fc80d14db
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    ci-dessous extrait du man d'exim4 v 4.72.6 sous debian squeeze 6.0.2
    -t When Exim is receiving a locally-generated, non-SMTP message
    on its standard input, the -t option causes the recipients of
    the message to be obtained from the To:, Cc:, and Bcc: header
    lines in the message instead of from the command arguments.
    The addresses are extracted before any rewriting takes place
    and the Bcc: header line, if present, is then removed.

    If the command has any arguments, they specify addresses to
    which the message is not to be delivered. That is, the argu‐
    ment addresses are removed from the recipients list obtained
    from the headers. This is compatible with Smail 3 and in
    accordance with the documented behaviour of several versions
    of Sendmail, as described in man pages on a number of operat‐
    ing systems (e.g. Solaris 8, IRIX 6.5, HP-UX 11). However,
    some versions of Sendmail add argument addresses to those
    obtained from the headers, and the O'Reilly Sendmail book
    documents it that way. Exim can be made to add argument
    addresses instead of subtracting them by setting the option
    extract_addresses_remove_arguments false.

    If there are any Resent- header lines in the message, Exim
    extracts recipients from all Resent-To:, Resent-Cc:, and
    Resent-Bcc: header lines instead of from To:, Cc:, and Bcc:.
    This is for compatibility with Sendmail and other MTAs.
    (Prior to release 4.20, Exim gave an error if -t was used in
    conjunction with Resent- header lines.)

    RFC 2822 talks about different sets of Resent- header lines
    (for when a message is resent several times). The RFC also
    specifies that they should be added at the front of the mes‐
    sage, and separated by Received: lines. It is not at all
    clear how -t should operate in the present of multiple sets,
    nor indeed exactly what constitutes a "set". In practice, it
    seems that MUAs do not follow the RFC. The Resent- lines are
    often added at the end of the header, and if a message is
    resent more than once, it is common for the original set of
    Resent- headers to be renamed as X-Resent- when a new set is
    added. This removes any possible ambiguity.

    Édité par flyonne 19/10/2011 12:00

    développeur web Amateur et passioné, WebMestre du site http://www.opalys-fleurs.com/

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