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>>>>> "SG" == Stephen Graham <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
SG> The 'Sender' field mailbox should be sent notices of any problems
SG> in transport or delivery of the original messages.
A vacation message is not a problem in transport or delivery of a
message. If a vacation message is generated there was no problem in the
message delivery; the message which triggered the vacation program is in
the user's maildrop, awaiting his return. The vacation message is
nothing more than a 'courtesy response' intended to let the originator
know that his message will not be read promptly.
vacation - reply to mail automatically
vacation [ -I ]
vacation [ -j ] [ -a alias ] [ -tN ] username
vacation automatically replies to incoming mail.
You are perhaps confused with 'return receipts' which are another matter
entirely, and quite annoying in their own right. Return receipts should
go to the Sender if specified, and that is righteously annoying when
Sender is a mailing list manager.
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