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Newbie to Linux here so go easy. Also, since I can only say this once, it's my first public forum post in >20 years.
I have Apache2 and Citadel/Webcit-https installed and working on a virtual host with Ubuntu 20.04.
The email problem is there are always two "To: ..." sections included in the email header, which results in email getting kicked back by some servers with:
Delivery Status Notification (Failure)
... (550 Messages should have one or no To headers, not 2. )
This happens with entirely webcit internal email (i.e., no external email client touching the message). And identically, when replying to a message from an internal user or from an external email address message.
An example Header looks like:
Date: Sat, 13 Feb 2021 13:19:18 -0700
Subject: Test admin-->mgolden
From: "admin" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
X-Mailer: WebCit 927
Content-type: multipart/alternative; boundary="Citadel--Multipart--hostname.domain.net--1721--0002"
The first "To:..." is always the email address of the logged-in citadel user, whether it's a new message or a reply. The second "To:..." is always the intended recipient of the email..
Am really hoping to make Citadel work for us but this creates a no-go situation b/c I seemingly can't fix it or find a workaround.
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