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>>>>> "DMS" == Dewey M Sasser <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
DMS> Everything else point makes perfect sense, but I don't understand the
DMS> utility of having more recipients in a parameter file. Against what
DMS> attack does this defend?
It is a 'feature' of sendmail that causes the headers that indicate the
outgoing alias to be suppressed. To wit, it prevents anyone from sending
mail directly to your outoing aliases because they do not know what they
are and cannot discover them.
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