> The 'Sender' field mailbox should be sent notices of any
> problems in transport or delivery of the original messages.
> To me, that includes a vacation message.
I would have to agree that "Precedence: bulk" messages need not be
informed of impending vacations.
I think that also everyone should realize that the RFC's are
implimented inconsistently at best and that you should expect any sort
of mail or error message to be bounced back to the envelope address,
the From: address, the Errors-To: address, the Reply-To: address and
the Sender: address. No matter what kind of mail, error message or
whatever, SOMEONE is going to figure out a way to send it to any (or
all) of the above addresses.
Information Systems Administrator
Association of Brewers (303) 447-0816 x 118 (voice)
736 Pearl Street (303) 447-2825 (fax)
PO Box 1679 firstname.lastname@example.org (e-mail)
Boulder, CO 80306-1679 email@example.com (aob info)
U.S.A. http://www.aob.org/aob (web)
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