I tend to agree with Tim Luoma on this one, but it is not a hack -
rather a feature.
Putting a file named ".forward" in the UNIX directory of a shell account
allows any mail send to that account to be automatically forwarded to
the address listed in the file. The original headers are preserved.
We use Linux and sendmail. This feature works great.
Timothy J. Luoma wrote:
> I don't know for sure but it might be that someone has set up some
> sort of
> hack-ish forwarding that preserves the original Return-Path and From_
> and so when it bounces you get a bounce as if you had sent to the new
> address when in fact you had the old address.
> This isn't much help, but might be a possibility....
fn: Joseph Terrell