John Levine <johnl(_at_)taugh(_dot_)com> wrote:
> In article <6464.1595370330@localhost> you write:
>> If the message goes through "mailman" or some other processor, then it
>> like it ought to rip pretty much every X-FOO out. The rest of them
>> be known headers at the time the processor was written, and it ought to
>> either know what they are, or it does not, in which case, it shouldn't
>> on things it does not know about.
> That's not gpod advice. The point of the mystery headers is to tell
> what happened to the message during its trip, and the part of the trip
> before it hit the list manager is as important as the part after. When
> I'm trying to figure out why something undesirable leaked through the
> list manager, I need the original headers to figure out what happened.
Right. You need the standard "Received:" lines, which would be a known
header at this point, so it would remain.
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