On Tue Jul 25 20:58:45 2006 Professional Software Engineering wrote:
At 19:17 2006-07-25 -0700, Wm. Vance wrote:
The bcc: to procmail list was unnecessary. If you're going to post to a
list, post to it.
I have no idea of what you're refering to. I do use 3 or 4 character short cut
aliases for the lists I'm on; Like, "2pro", for this one. Regardless, the
proper address should be there somewhere, in the headers. The short cuts,
while easier to remember, also help to ensure that I don't play the, "Thumb
Finger Concerto", while typing in long list addresses. :-) It is possible
that these may confuse the operators, or software of other systems, but yours
is the first complaint I've seen in years of doing this. If you're refering
to something else, then I haven't a clue what it is.
On my system, I've noted however, that about 99% of spam emails all use HTML,
or some few with rich text.
Is there a way to detect HTML/rich text, and send it to a particular file for
# text/html -- the message is in HTML format. Fools!
# We can search for specific mailers if we want, then default
BOUNCESUBJ="HTML message submission was declined"
# Include bounce handler code
Well, I only wanted to save them to a different file for later reference, but
bouncing is a good route, too. Does the, "bouncer.rc", file pick up on stuff
that went on before it was called in? Most stuff I've worked with wants
included stuff to be preloaded, and ready to go, or it won't work at all.
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