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Re: bugs + rant + constructive criticism (long)

FYI 28 (aka RFC 1855) is the standard.

There is nothing about honoring X headers at all.  In fact, the only thing
the RFC says to do is to honor Reply-To: headers, which I might note you
didn't include in your message.  Basically, you're on the wrong side of
RFC 1855 on this issue and all the bitching in the world isn't going to
change it.  If I'm wrong, prove it: I've provided my proof in the form of
RFC 1855.  

On Wed, 3 Jan 2001, Branden Robinson wrote:

> On Tue, Jan 02, 2001 at 10:57:35PM -0800, Chris Lawrence wrote:
> > I suspect most people's MUA's don't display non-standard headers by default 
> But there is also this, which *is* standard[1], and which I also have:
> Mail-Copies-To: never
> So not only are people stupid, but their MUA's are as well.
> [1] at least as much of a standard as there appears to be for this

Pardon me, but you have obviously mistaken me for someone who gives a
email galt@inconnu.isu.edu

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