Julian Mehnle wrote:
Some MTAs do not generate the "Return-Path:" header or name it
Such wannabe-MTAs would be of course more or less unrelated to
SMTP, violating tons of normative MUSTard, or as RFC 3834 put it:
| A Personal or Group responder SHOULD NOT deliver a response to
| any address other than that in the Return-Path field, even if
| the Return-Path field is missing. It is better to fix the
| problem with the mail delivery system than to rely on heuristics
| to guess the appropriate destination of the response. Such
| heuristics have been known to cause problems in the past.
Has anybody here implemented an auto-responder using RFC 3834 ?
For a "RFC 3834 to DS move" we'd need two implementations.
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