failed mails are bounced back to user www
|Reported by:||Gabucino||Owned by:|
Re-submitting ticket 1484448.
"Mails addressed to nonexistent recipients are bounced back to the "www" user on the host, instead of the sender. Why is that and how to change?"
Additional info, followup:
This is definitely a roundcube bug, because it sends mails (so it's not just an IMAP client) with sender "www@domain", as seen here:
2007-06-25 20:31:13 1I2tLF-0008l1-AS <= email@example.com U=www P=local S=574 2007-06-25 20:31:21 1I2tLF-0008l1-AS => firstname.lastname@example.org R=dnslookup T=remote_smtp H=mail.yyy.be [192.190.aaa.bbb] 2007-06-25 20:31:21 1I2tLF-0008l1-AS Completed
This is extremely incorrect, because failed mails are NOT bounced back to the correct user. I cannot stress it enough: no other IMAP client does that, either web-based or not. No wonder why.