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>>>>> "MA" == Mike Adams <email@example.com> writes:
MA> Every message for approval contains these headers.
Yup, those are generated by the various MTAs that handle the message.
MA> When I get a message to approve, I would rather not have to cut this
MA> stuff out.
So don't. You should not be doing that anyway. Those Received headers are
there so that a message may be properly tracked if a problem occours.
MA> Maybe I'm lazy, but I think it would be nice to simply add the
MA> Approved: Password and go about my business.
Is what I do, just tack on an Approved header at the bottom of the list of
headers and hand it off to the MTA. Actually, I have it semi-automated for
my moderated lists; the joys of using an extensible, self-documenting
editor as an MUA. :)
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