Peter Bowyer recently said:
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> From: Peter Bowyer <email@example.com>
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> Subject: RE: Need help with Majordomo
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> I have to support Rich on that one, messing with the subject is
> non-conformant and confusing. Most mail programs these days can filter
> on machine-readable items such as the From: header, without the list
> having to mess with the human-readable Subject: header.
Ah, yes, but as you can see from the included header, above, the
From: line has your name...not the list's owner.
I'd be willing to use the 'From ' like to check, but I'm not sure if
the 'filter' that I use (from the elm package?) allows that.
Anybody know? I don't have access to the elm doc's that filter's
man page refers to check.
-- dick ( Any opinions are mine and not DSC's ) email@example.com
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