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From Gary Turner <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] List Issue's
Date Mon, 10 Feb 2003 07:47:31 GMT
Alex "Sniper" Togstad wrote:

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I imagine that you get two copies because you have two "reply-to:" lines
in the header.  As a result, mailers will honor both.  You get one copy
from me direct, and one copy via the list.  I've left this post as is
for your perusal. (sorry)

I see that you use a broken mail agent, but you should still be able to
turn your "reply-to:" header off.  Part of the problem is that this
mail-list-manager munges the "reply-to:" header rather than depending on
the preferred "Mail-Followup-To: " header.  

As long as the list supplies a reply-to: header, you don't need to.  You
don't normally need the line anyway, since a reply will default to
From:.  Only if you want a reply to go to a different address than what
is in From:, do you need it.


If you find you've dug yourself into a hole, stop digging.

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