On Sat, 26 Apr 1997 08:40:53 -0500, you wrote:
>For the longest time I've been using the unix shell on my system to approve
>messages that are bounced... but I would rather do the approving from my
>mail program (Eudora)... could someone show me, in the bounced message
>below, where I'm actually supposed to put the "APPROVE <passwd>" command in
>the message I "REDIRECT" back to the list address?
>Thanks very much...
>Date: Sat, 26 Apr 1997 08:36:24 -0500
>Subject: BOUNCE firstname.lastname@example.org: Non-member submission from
>[System Administrator <email@example.com>]
I remove the above and start the headers with 'Approved: password' (no
quotes of course!), then on the next line there is the '>From ...'
>>From firstname.lastname@example.org Sat Apr 26 08:36:08 1997
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