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Autoreplies are not sent

Sergio Belkin
Hi,
Let's say I have 2 domains:

- Virtual Mailbox Domain: example.local (internal domain)
- Virtual Alias Domain: example.com (public domain)

Every mail sent to @example.com is really sent to  @example.local.

I have a virtual alias that forward mails sent to [hidden email]
is sent finally to:
[hidden email]

Now, I'd want to every mail was sent to [hidden email] it triggers
an autoreply vacation style.

So, I've wrote and compiled a sieve filter, something like that and put in
[hidden email] sieve folder.

But it fails complaining like that:
nov 29 15:55:39 muteriver.example.local dovecot[12549]: lmtp(12675,
[hidden email]): CqNdF6sCH1qDMQAAcSFsIQ: sieve: msgid=<
[hidden email]>: discarding vacation
response for implicitly delivered message; no known (envelope) recipient
address found in message headers (recipient=<[hidden email]>, and
additional `:addresses' are specified)


I've tried appending in dovecot configuration:

lda_original_recipient_header = X-Original-To

But it does not work either.


Using: dovecot-pigeonhole-2.2.10-8.el7.centos.x86_64 and
postfix-2.10.1-6.el7.x86_64

Please could you help me?

Thanks in advance!

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LPIC-2 Certified - http://www.lpi.org
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Re: Autoreplies are not sent

Steffen Kaiser-2
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On Wed, 29 Nov 2017, Sergio Belkin wrote:

> Now, I'd want to every mail was sent to [hidden email] it triggers
> an autoreply vacation style.
>
> So, I've wrote and compiled a sieve filter, something like that and put in
> [hidden email] sieve folder.
>
> But it fails complaining like that:
> nov 29 15:55:39 muteriver.example.local dovecot[12549]: lmtp(12675,
> [hidden email]): CqNdF6sCH1qDMQAAcSFsIQ: sieve: msgid=<
> [hidden email]>: discarding vacation
> response for implicitly delivered message; no known (envelope) recipient
> address found in message headers (recipient=<[hidden email]>, and
> additional `:addresses' are specified)

your MTA does not pass the envelope sender to Dovecot. Do you use LMTP or
LDA to deliver the messages?

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Steffen Kaiser
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Re: Autoreplies are not sent

Sergio Belkin
El 30 nov. 2017 4:02 a.m., "Steffen Kaiser" <[hidden email]>
escribió:

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On Wed, 29 Nov 2017, Sergio Belkin wrote:

Now, I'd want to every mail was sent to [hidden email] it triggers

> an autoreply vacation style.
>
> So, I've wrote and compiled a sieve filter, something like that and put in
> [hidden email] sieve folder.
>
> But it fails complaining like that:
> nov 29 15:55:39 muteriver.example.local dovecot[12549]: lmtp(12675,
> [hidden email]): CqNdF6sCH1qDMQAAcSFsIQ: sieve: msgid=<
> [hidden email]>: discarding vacation
> response for implicitly delivered message; no known (envelope) recipient
> address found in message headers (recipient=<[hidden email]>, and
> additional `:addresses' are specified)
>

your MTA does not pass the envelope sender to Dovecot. Do you use LMTP or
LDA to deliver the messages?

- -- Steffen Kaiser
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Steffen, Thanks, I use lmtp.
Greets.
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Re: Autoreplies are not sent

Sergio Belkin
2017-11-30 9:28 GMT-03:00 Sergio Belkin <[hidden email]>:

>
>
> El 30 nov. 2017 4:02 a.m., "Steffen Kaiser" <[hidden email]>
> escribió:
>
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> On Wed, 29 Nov 2017, Sergio Belkin wrote:
>
> Now, I'd want to every mail was sent to [hidden email] it
>> triggers
>> an autoreply vacation style.
>>
>> So, I've wrote and compiled a sieve filter, something like that and put in
>> [hidden email] sieve folder.
>>
>> But it fails complaining like that:
>> nov 29 15:55:39 muteriver.example.local dovecot[12549]: lmtp(12675,
>> [hidden email]): CqNdF6sCH1qDMQAAcSFsIQ: sieve: msgid=<
>> [hidden email]>: discarding vacation
>> response for implicitly delivered message; no known (envelope) recipient
>> address found in message headers (recipient=<[hidden email]>, and
>> additional `:addresses' are specified)
>>
>
> your MTA does not pass the envelope sender to Dovecot. Do you use LMTP or
> LDA to deliver the messages?
>
> - -- Steffen Kaiser
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> Steffen, Thanks, I use lmtp.
> Greets.
>


I know by now that it's somewhat OT, but please could you give a clue to
set postfix to pass the envelope?
I have enable_original_recipient = yes  in postfix, but it does not work
either...

Thanks in advance!

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Sergio Belkin
LPIC-2 Certified - http://www.lpi.org