Author: Jasen Betts Date: To: exim-users Subject: Re: [exim] errors-to
On 2014-07-17, Julian Bradfield <jcb@???> wrote: > Is there a reason why the "errors-to" parameter to the "deliver"
> filter command is restricted to the system filter, even for trusted
> It would be useful to be able to use it in router-specific filters,
> because some of my users want their mail delivered to gmail, and gmail
> (a) honours SPF etc, (b) has sensitive spam triggers, so if I deliver
> mail to gmail with the original sender address, it may well get
> bounced. At present I have to have their personal procmails resend it,
> but I'd much rather do everything in the router filter. (I have only
> three users, and they don't want to touch our mail system:-)
> I'm not sure what the security advantage is, as on most systems it's
> trivial to manually reinject the mail with an arbitrary envelope
It's not so much errors_to as return_path that you need to set.
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