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>>>>> "BS" == Brian Stickler <email@example.com> writes:
BS> Can anyone tell me how to change the resend script so that neither
BS> from line has the name of the original poster
"\n\nFrom " is the Berkeley mail message delimiter string; remove it and
you remove the ability to distinguish where one message ends and the
next begins if you are using a Berkeley-style mail system. "From:"
contains what should be a valid address pointing back to the originator.
If you change or remove this then you are violating RFC822 and it's
The former is added by the local delivery agent at delivery time and the
latter is added by the SMTP daemon at the time it is received from the
originator. Majordomo has nothing to do with either.
BS> (we need this for security reasons)?
Then you probably should not be using an SMTP-based mail system.
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from vs From:
From: email@example.com (Brian Stickler)