On Mon, Jul 26, 2004 at 02:30:17PM +1000, Terje Petersen wrote:
| When I hit reply I expect to be corresponding with the PRA.
That would be funny, because the PRA should be b(_at_)b(_dot_)com,
which is yourself!
| The text of the proposed SUBMITTER standard says:-
| Furthermore, SMTP clients MUST, if necessary, insert such RFC 2822
| headers as defined in section 4 of [SENDER-ID] in order to ensure
| that the purported responsible address determined from the RFC 2822
| headers by the receiving SMTP server will match the SUBMITTER
| QUESTION1: Are you suggesting that when C(_at_)C(_dot_)COM presses the reply
| the email should be directed to somebody other than the PRA.
The email should be directed to whoever's in the Reply-To or
From headers, just as things work today.
| QUESTION2: If the example you detail is correct then what are the
| RFC.2822 headers that should match SUBMITTER as per the above quote
| from the proposed standard. And if the reply address is different then
| should it not also be SPF checked.
Resent-From, I think. See the latest marid-core spec, which