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Bug#2262: debian-bugs e-mail confirmation when bug marked as done has problem

When I marked a mawk bug as done I got this automatic confirmation.

'Ian Jackson wrote:'
>From iwj10@cus.cam.ac.uk  Mon Jan 29 22:48:43 1996
>Message-Id: <m0th738-0007b1C@grus.cus.cam.ac.uk>
>Date: Tue, 30 Jan 96 03:48 GMT
>Sender: iwj10@cus.cam.ac.uk (Ian Jackson)
>From: iwj10@thor.cam.ac.uk (Ian Jackson)
>To: Chris Fearnley <cjf@netaxs.com>
>In-Reply-To: <[🔎] 199601300333.WAA18436@unix3.netaxs.com>
>References: <[🔎] 199601300333.WAA18436@unix3.netaxs.com> <[🔎] 9601221632.AA27130@mailgate.eur.nl>
>Subject: Bug#2210: marked as done (was: Description)
>Your message dated Mon, 29 Jan 1996 22:33:56 -0500 (EST)
>with message-id <[🔎] 199601300333.WAA18436@unix3.netaxs.com>
>and subject line Bug#2210: Description
>has caused the attached bug report to be marked as done.
>It is your now responsibility to ensure that the bug report is dealt
       ^^^^ ^^^
Oops, typo.

>(NB: If you are a system administrator and have no idea what I'm
>talking about this indicates a serious mail system misconfiguration
>somewhere.  Please contact me immediately.)

Stupidly, I tried e-mailing to the author of this message,
iwj10@cus.cam.ac.uk, (to report the typo) and I got another "thank for
your contribution message."  If an appropriate contact's e-mail address
was given I might not have chosen the one in the From: line.

>Ian Jackson
>(maintainer, debian-bugs)
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>Date: Mon, 22 Jan 1996 17:32:09 +0100
>From: E. Branderhorst <branderhorst@fgg.eur.nl>
>To: debian-bugs@pixar.com
>Subject: Description
>Package: mawk
>Version: 1.2.1-1
>Status: install ok installed
>Priority: extra
>Section: misc
>Maintainer: Chris Fearnley <cjf@netaxs.com>
>Depends: libc5
>Description: mawk - pattern scanning and text processing language
>Suggestion to change description to:
>Description: Pattern scanning and text processing language.
> Mawk is an interpreter for the AWK Programming Language.  The AWK
> language is useful for manipulation of data files, text retrieval and
> processing, and for prototyping and experimenting with algorithms. Mawk
> is a new awk meaning it implements the AWK language as defined in Aho,
> Kernighan and Weinberger, The AWK Programming Language, Addison-Wesley
> Publishing, 1988. (Hereafter referred to as the AWK book.)  Mawk conforms
> to the Posix 1003.2 (draft 11.3) definition of the AWK language
> which contains a few features not described in the AWK book, and mawk
> provides a small number of extensions.
> .
> Mawk is smaller and much faster than gawk.  It has some compile-time
> limits such as NF = 32767 and sprintf buffer = 1020.

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