Re: Debian machine usage policy
Wichert Akkerman - Debian project leader wrote:
> * Forged headers and / or Addresses
> Forging headers or messages means sending mail such that its
> origin appears to be another user or machine, or a
> non-existent machine.
> It is also forgery to arrange for any replies to the mail to
> be sent to some other user or machine.
> However, in either case, if prior permission has been
> granted to you by the other user or the administrators of
> the other machine, then there is no problem, and of course
> "null" reverse paths can be used as defined in the relevant
I suspect that this .muttrc fragment violates the letter of the DMUP:
send-hook (debian) "my_hdr From: Joey Hess <firstname.lastname@example.org>"
send-hook !(debian) "my_hdr From: Joey Hess <email@example.com>"
I have this .muttrc propigated to all debian machines. This means that if I
send mail from one of those machines that does not contain "debian" in the
header, the mail will be "forged" to appear to be from a different machine.
This will also arrange for replies to it to go to another machine.
I think you need to loosen up your language about this.
see shy jo