Stephen R. van den Berg writes on 30 July 1996 at 16:02:44
J. Daniel Smith <DanS(_at_)bristol(_dot_)com> wrote:
how about only using multiple (Resent-)Reply-To: addresses if
formail's "-t" option is also specified? Or if you are really worried
Not good enough.
about mail-storms and existing recipes, a new formail option.
Well, maybe you've talked me into this.
I like something like "formail -rT":
-T Same as -t, except even more trust is placed in the sender;
most of formail's address-extraction and auto-reply "smarts"
are turned off. In particular, multiple address in a
Reply-To: (or Resent-Reply-To:) header will be extracted
and placed in the auto-reply header. This option should be
used with care, and extra measures taken to prevent
mail-loops and mail-storms.