On Tue, 28 Nov 2006 15:42:11 -0000, Scott Kitterman
2822.From is the only identity that is reliably displayed to the end
I utterly fail to see why what is displayed to the user is of the least
Verification is going to be done mostly by MDAs, who will either drop the
message, or else warn the user that it is suspicious (warnings may range
from a simple Good/Bad to a long essay on exactly what is wrong). It is
only when the user suspects he has a false positive that he might be
interested in examining the headers himself. More usually, if he is sure
it is a false positive, he will just accept it and get on with life.
The occasional sophisticated user who elects to do the verification
himself will naturally provide himself with tools which display all
headers of interest.
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