[Resolved] Bug found – sending backup to nonexistent addresses
Hello, I noticed a problem long time ago.
But just today I analyzed and grep the file and databases and found the issue.
The problem is that since december 2013 I can see that in the backup I receive I see the following header in the email:
Until December 2013 it looked like this:
from: MY OLD BLOG TITLE Administrator email@example.com to: firstname.lastname@example.org
These were the headers I was receiving before moving to a VPS – here I was in a shared server. This kind of header started to appear from December 2013:
from: email@example.com reply-to: XXX@theserveraddress.com, YYY Administrator <firstname.lastname@example.org> to: email@example.com
Since I am in the VPS now I see the following:
from: MY.BLOG.TITLE.|.Blog.XXX@localhost.localdomain reply-to: MY.BLOG.TITLE.|.Blog.XXX@localhost.localdomain, XXX@localhost.localdomain, YYY Administrator <firstname.lastname@example.org> to: email@example.com
What was the difference between before december 2013 and after dec 2013?
The blog title.
Until dec 2013 the blog title was very simple… like this:
“My old blog title”
From dec 2013 the new blog title is:
“MY BLOG TITLE | Blog ZZZ, XXX, YYY”
It looks like that the plugin is taking the word XXX from the tile and uses it as a reply to address. And uses YYY as the name of the administrator.
I have conserved the structure.
If you give me a contact or whatever I can send you the right (real) names and email addresses.
Would you be able to fix it?
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