Re: How to get rid of 'BOUNCE <listname>: Non-member submission from'
Tom Sahrendt <zeitenflug @
Sat, 27 May 2006 08:11:21 +0100 (BST)
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> Is it possible to enable a rule that
> that kind of mails are not being send?
No, it's not except if you patch MD.
If your MD hosting provider doesn't provide
procmail, then set up an account on a system that
does (e.g. cyberspace.org) and use this address
as listowner address. All BOUNCE messages will
then be sent to this address.
I use the following procmail recipe to inform
members that their e-mails have not been
forwarded to other list members:
REALFROM = $MATCH
| ( formail -rI "To: $REALFROM" \
-I "Subject: LIST: Not subscribed"; \
cat $HOME/lists/LIST/notsubscribed.txt ) | \
$SENDMAIL -oi -t
If you just don't want to see the BOUNCE message,
set up filter rule on your account and delete
them. You can filter by subject, so even if you
don't have procmail on your account, you easily
can discard those messages if you want to.
I see the BOUNCE message as feature because it's
entirely up to you what you want to do with it.
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