recipients_bcc_maps emails gets lost...

Jose Amengual M pepe at
Mon Oct 26 21:04:29 GMT 2009

thanks Hugo, I will check my configuration ot night and I will let you  


On 2009-10-26, at 1:38 PM, Hugo van der Kooij wrote:

> On 10/26/09 19:39, Jose Amengual M wrote:
>> I had a recipients_bcc_maps on postfix working before with amavis and
>> after the change to mailscanner stop working.
> Well. I just did add it to my postfix config and it actually works.  
> I was not sure it would work with the HOLD function but it works  
> even better then I expected.
> Oct 26 21:30:18 balin postfix/local[7627]: F00AD17E843F: to=<hvdkooij at 
> >, orig_to=<hugo+gmail at>, relay=local, delay=27,  
> delays=26/0/0/0.04, dsn=2.0.0, status=sent (delivered to command: / 
> usr/bin/procmail -Y)
> Oct 26 21:30:20 balin postfix/smtp[10334]: F00AD17E843F: to=<hugovanderkooij at 
> >,[]:25, delay=28,  
> delays=26/0.01/1.1/0.55, dsn=2.0.0, status=sent (250 2.0.0 OK  
> 1256589020 10si8146882eyd.8)
> The message went of to Google. It just happened to get killed in  
> their spam grinder. I did perform the same test to my work address  
> and it passsed the checks there.
> So in and by itself that function works with MailScanner. The error  
> is likely to be something else in your setup.
> Hugo.
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