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>>>>> "CH" == Chris Hufnagel <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
CH> Hello, I've installed majordomo properly, everything works as advertised.
CH> Now I'd like to be able to have the From: address place something like
CH> email@example.com instead of the name of the actual sender since our
CH> moderators don't need to be named on the message headers.
One big problem with this is that it will cause mail loops due to messages
bouncing to the list instead of where they should. It will also be
impossible for list subcribers to reply directly to individual posters.
Also, rewriting From is a violation of RFC822; on the originator (or
originator's MTA) should rewrite From headers. From is supposed to contain
the mailbox of the originator of the message. Bad Things(tm) happen when
you start messing with that.
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