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>>>>> "RR" == Roman Richardson <Roman.Richardson@state.mn.us> writes:
RR> I was wondering what people do with return receipts?
For starters, I recomend a severe flogging for anyone who turns on or
leaves on their MUA's return receipt "feature" when sending mail to a
RR> We've got a few users on systems that generate a return receipt everyt
RR> ime a message is sent to them. Unfortuantely the address that the
RR> receipt is sent back to is "Return-Path:" which points back to the
RR> actual majordomo.
Then I suggest a good flogging for any MUA author or vendor who's code
sends replies to anything other than the From or Reply-To mailboxes.
RR> Is there a way to rewrite the "Return-Path:" header so that it points
RR> to the list owner?
No, since those are created by the MTA after Majordomo has submitted a
message for delivery. What would be better is a filter that carefully
removes the return receipt request header from messages that go through the
list. This is a violation of RFC822, though; caveat emptor.
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Rich Pieri <firstname.lastname@example.org> | When not in use, Happy Fun Ball
Prescient Technologies, Inc. | should be returned to its special
A Stone & Webster Company | container and kept under
I speak for myself, not PTI or SWEC | refrigeration.