* Peter Palfrader:
> On Mon, 19 Sep 2005, Florian Weimer wrote:
>> > Is there a reason not to simply read the "Precedence: list" header
>> > and simply not respond at all ?
>> "Precedence: list" is non-standard. Technically speaking,
>> RFC-compliant software should not use it. 8-/
> That's not quite correct, software MAY use it.
But it is discouraged to set it (see RFC 2076).
Personally, I don't see any problems with evaluating Precedence:
headers in autoresponders. However, several large mail vendors used
to argue that they do not want to rely on this officially discouraged