On 05/04/2021 13.35, Per Jessen wrote:
Carlos E. R. wrote:
You are subscribed with three addresses - opensuse.org, gmx.es and telefonica.
Yes, that's what Sasi said.
Oh, I must have missed his reply.
email@example.com is my ISP, and firstname.lastname@example.org redirects to my ISP. That would be the duplicates, yes.
But I do not see any references to "email@example.com" or the redirection, I have no way to know which is which. That's the problem.
Your opensuse.org address is mapped to your telefonica address. The map just says "deliver carlos@opensuse to carlos@telefonica". That mapping is not logged or recorded anywhere.
Looking at my procmail recipe, the difference was:
* ^Original-Recipient: rfc822;(firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.com)
Based on the groupwise reference, I guess this stems back to when SUSE was owned by Novell?
Maybe. At some time it came one way, then the other. Thus I keep both recipes.
but now there is none. Different path, but no reference to the alias. I had not noticed this issue, but it has been there for some time.
Probably since August 2020 when we switched over to our own mailservers.
Can't someline be added like before? An "Original-Recipient" header?
I also have a few aliases delivered to my account "firstname.lastname@example.org". To distinguish them, to direct them into separate local accounts, I use an extension -
per@address1 -> email@example.com per@address2 -> firstname.lastname@example.org per@address3 -> email@example.com etc
But you use your own server. I don't know if that would work with Telefonica.