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Re: Received: ... for <mumble@fumble.int>...

On Fri, Sep 20, 2002 at 02:09:20PM +0200, Arnt Gulbrandsen wrote:
> Some MUAs, notably Sendmail, write a 'for' clause in the received field 
> when a single-recipient message is processed.
> Zmailer doesn't (at least not in the versions I have handy now). Is 
> there any particular reason for that?

  Primarily that the time when ZMailer is writing the headers is
  at the routing, and poking things at delivery is -- cumbersome.

  I have thought of doing something _like_ it at least for smtp
  transport-agent (things that are needed at a list fanout processing
  at vger.kernel.org ...)

  What shall be put into the tag when the delivery is going thru
  a  .forward  derived pipe ? (e.g. vacation)

  Related activity is doing "Delivered-To:" header adding/bouncing
  when same destination appears twice..  E.g. there shall be user/alias
  which is driving the pipe, not the pipe command itself.

> --Arnt

/Matti Aarnio	<mea@nic.funet.fi>
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