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From Martin van den Bemt <mll...@mvdb.net>
Subject Re: Re[4]: Receipt of 16/05/102 17:27 message
Date Fri, 17 May 2002 12:30:16 GMT
If a mail server doesn't know anything about mailinglists, it will send
the receipt to the list indeed.. So the problem is yours to solve. 
Since those request for receipts for mails is pretty annoying, I will
try to figure out how to strip out the receipt requests from the mails
send to a mailing list. 

Mvgr,
Martin


On Fri, 2002-05-17 at 14:25, Andrew.Bate@sts.co.uk wrote:
> 
> "Paul Balanoiu" <Paul.Balanoiu@Siatel.RO>) wrote:
> 
>        >You are right, no receipt requests should be sent to a list of >
>        users. Still, you are (or your server is) sending the receipt <not
>        to the one that requested it, but to the entire list (which
>        >appears only in the "to" field of the message). This is not
>        >right (and it's annoying for all the other users).
>        >
>        >Try to set your server or email client to send the receipt only >to
>        the address that requested it (the address specified in the >"from"
>        field). That should solve the problem.
> 
> 
> There is no client configuration for this on ccMail and I am not email
> admin at our company.  If the mail comes "from" the Tomcat mailing list
> with a return receipt requested then our server is correctly sending the
> receipt back "to" the list.
> 
> If the list is taking a posting from a user who sets a return receipt and
> passing that email (with associated return receipt in tact) onto all
> members of the list then either the list admin should stop this 'feature'
> or people shouldn't ask for receipts.
> 
> Andrew
> 



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