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Old 03-10-2009, 04:38 PM
Ricky Zhou
 
Default Change request: fasClient

On 2009-03-10 09:35:11 AM, Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
> I'd like to apply the following patch to the fasClient on bastion. I'll
> spin a new fasClient package with it applied but we probably won't
> update fas-clients on all the machines until after the change freeze.
>
> The patch changes how the email aliases are generated. The server is
> removing accounts that are marked inactive from having individual
> aliases. This change causes fasClient to eliminate those email
> addresses from the group aliases as well.
>
> Possible impact: We could break break email alias generation
> What it fixes: Currently group email aliases have many undeliverable
> addresses.
> Mitigating factors:
> - Tested this on fas1.stg. A brief look at the alias lists seems to
> be correct (only people who are inactive are left out).
> - This change will only be on bastion so it's easy to back out a
> change by copying fasClient from another machine.
>
> Can I get two +1's ?
+1 - I completely missed this case when removing disabled users from
email_list.

Thanks,
Ricky
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