I've never liked fcc: and always dcc: myself instead.
Just curious ... why? I mean, either way works, and it doesn't really
bother me that people don't like Fcc, but I just like to understand
how other people use nmh.
From a diff of the same email fcc:'d and dcc:'d I see the latter has a
"correct" From: and a Message-ID, amongst other headers I'm not so
< From: Ralph Corderoy <ralph(_at_)orac(_dot_)inputplus(_dot_)co(_dot_)uk>
> From: Ralph Corderoy <ralph(_at_)inputplus(_dot_)co(_dot_)uk>
localhost's Postfix is doing both I'd have thought. Haven't time to
check now. I want to be able to tell correspondents in future "It was
message ID ...".
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