On Sun, 28 Mar 1999 15:28:44 -0800, "Mark Symonds" <mark(_at_)symonds(_dot_)net>
it sends a copy of the mail to each recipient for each
match -- To: mark(_at_)mydomain, joanne(_at_)mydomain will cause
mark and joanne two get two copies of the same mail.
A while back, Sean posted an answer to a question in the form of a
poem. I'd like to have a poem to answer this frequently asked question
for the FAQ. Any volunteers?
(Here's what I have now:
SMTP doesn't care what's in the headers of a message. It goes
where the envelope says. The headers don't matter. The headers
+don't+ +matter+. The message goes where the envelope says.
It's kind of punchy, but it doesn't rhyme.)
/* era */
.obBotBait: It shouldn't even matter whether <http://www.iki.fi/era/>
I am a resident of the state of Washington. <http://members.xoom.com/procmail/>
* Sign the European spam petition! <http://www.politik-digital.de/spam/en/> *