I don't see this as a technical issue...
According to the Eudora Users Guide:
>>Redirecting a Message
>>Incoming messages can be sent to a new recipient "by way of you",
>>maintaining the original sender's address in the From: field. You
>>should redirect a message that should have gone to someone else.
A) The original sender did not intend for the message to end up on the
list, but someone else did, then you should bounce the messages back to the
user that is using "redirect", telling them to use "forward" instead of
B) The original sender did intend to post to the list, in which case you
should send the message back to that user and suggest they send directly to
list. If this person is not in restricted_post list, either add them (they
apparently have something relevant to say), or revert to option (A).
In both cases, if you continue to approve the messages, then there is no
incentive for the user to correct their error.
At 05:06 PM 9/13/02, Jonathan Arcand wrote:
>I have an Eudora user and it send often a mail with the fonction redirect
>in a restricted member post list. The problem is that the mail bounce to
>me each time for approval because de header "from" is not him but the
>original sender with "by way of".
>From: "Bulletin de l'Infobourg"
><<mailto:email@example.com>firstname.lastname@example.org> (by way of Daniel
>Anyone I have an idea because this list is not moderated and he sends many
>mails with this fonction?