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Topic: undisclosed recipients in 0.7.0-beta1

doing a very simple (manual) smtp transaction to my test 0.7.0-beta1 server as follows...

HELO mypc.mytestdomain.com
MAIl FROM: me@myrealdomain.com
RCPT TO: me@mytestdomain.com
DATA
test message
.
QUIT

The message is properly received in my "me@mytestdomain.com" mailbox, however looking at the message as it sits in the Maildir the to header shows  "To: undisclosed-recipients:;" rather than "To: me@mytestdomain.com" as I would have expected (note that the delivered-to header does correctly show "Delivered-To: me@mytestdomain.com").

Thoughts?

Cheers,
>>>>> Mike <<<<<

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Re: undisclosed recipients in 0.7.0-beta1

I found this message:
http://readlist.com/lists/postfix.org/p … 11288.html

Quoted below:

Normal. If no To: header is specified, then
$undisclosed_recipients_header is added

Understand the difference between envelope and header!

And this works:

$ telnet localhost 25
helo xxx.yyy.zzz
mail from: sender@domain.ltd
rcpt to: recipient@domain.ltd
data
From: sender@domain.ltd
To: recipient@domain.ltd
Subject: this is subject.

Here's mail body.
.

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Re: undisclosed recipients in 0.7.0-beta1

ZhangHuangbin wrote:

I found this message:
http://readlist.com/lists/postfix.org/p … 11288.html

Thanks for the insight, I'll have to research that further.  I've never run across a mailserver that behaves in that manner before.  Granted it's just a quick-and-dirty mail test but I wonder if in day-to-day use if there will be some other repercussions that I'm not used to.

Cheers,
>>>>> Mike <<<<<