At 11:55 AM 4/17/97 -0400, Dave Barr wrote:
>In message <email@example.com>, Roman Richardson
>> I was wondering what people do with return receipts? We've got a few
>> users on systems that generate a return receipt everyt ime a message is sent
>>to them. Unfortuantely the address that the receipt is sent back to is
>>"Return-Path:" which points back to the actual majordomo. Is there a way to
>>rewrite the "Return-Path:" header so that it points to the list owner?
>If by "return receipts" you mean the "Return-Receipt-To:" header,
>the correct thing is to ignore them. They were never a standard,
>and have been officially obsoleted by DSNs, Delivery Status Notifications.
>See RFC's 1891 and 1894. Recent sendmail versions ignore Return-Receipt-To
>by default and handle only DSNs.
No, I'm not talking about the header, I'm talking about the message that
get's sent back to the sender when delivery is successful. I have checked,
and there is no way to turn them off at the user's site. And I guess I
should have used the proper term "Delivery Status Notification".
Any other thoughts?
Information Technology Specialist 4
Dept. of Administration / InterTechnologies Group