And verily didst Micah Anderson spake of these matters:
> What I ended up doing was changing the -f\$sender \ to: -f\$whoami_owner \ so that
> way all bounced messages will arrive at a huminoid (me.)
Yes, that's exactly what you want: bounces to come to a human. That's
pretty much the only reason for specifying an envelope address with -f.
Nobody cares who the sender is when it works, but when it doesn't
you need to see so you can know if a bad address should be removed
from the list, etc.
Alan Millar amillar@bolis.SF-Bay.org __oo \
System Administrator =___/