At 04:47 PM 10/23/97 -0400, Roger Hill wrote:
>On Thu, 23 Oct 1997, Ambrose Li wrote:
>> What is a "target to all messages"?
>Perhaps he just means something like [FIREWALLS] at the beginning of each
>subject line, like the LYNX-DEV, PHP lists etc. It makes it easier for
>procmail, and for 'by eye' browsing of lots of mail.
Or something like "Sender: firewalls-owner @
COM", which is
already in the header, works perfectly with any mailer capable of
rudimentary filtering (and procmail) and doesn't waste space in the
Subject: field that could be better used to characterize what the letter is
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