On Fri, Aug 09, 2002 at 09:56:30PM -0400, Derrick 'dman' Hudson wrote:
> On Sat, Aug 10, 2002 at 01:58:40AM +0200, David Jardine wrote:
> | On Fri, Aug 09, 2002 at 03:37:54PM -0700, Vineet Kumar wrote:
> | > * David Jardine (firstname.lastname@example.org) [020809 14:17]:
> | > > I expect it's me, not the mailer, that's broken. I see that I have
> | > >
> | > > Mail-Followup-To: one, Debian-User <email@example.com>
> | > >
> | > > in the headers of my message as returned to me from the list. I
> | > > have to confess that I don't even know what this "Mail-Followup-To"
> Mutt also supports the Mail-Followup-To header. When you send a
> message to a list of recipients which includes one or several
> subscribed mailing lists, and if the $followup_to option is set,
> mutt will generate a Mail-Followup-To header which contains all
> the recipients to whom you send this message, but not your
> address. This indicates that group-replies or list-replies (also
> known as ``followups'') to this message should only be sent to the
> original recipients of the message, and not separately to you -
> you'll receive your copy through one of the mailing lists you are
> subscribed to.
> | > > means, but "one" is my login name on my little home machine here.
> | > > Have I got exim or mutt badly configured, do you think?
> What is the value of $from in your .muttrc? I think that may be
> related. The problem you have is in mutt -- it isn't putting the
> fully qualified address in the Mail-Followup-To header.
> | > Maybe both ;-) No, really, I think your problem can be solved entirely
> | > within mutt.
> | >
> | > add "subscribe firstname.lastname@example.org" to your muttrc
> | >
> | > You might also want to set the "from" variable in mutt to something
> | > well-qualified (instead of it defaulting to 'one') and/or set the EMAIL
> | > environment variable (from which mutt takes its default "from" value).
> | I had "lists email@example.com" since I tend to hop on
> | and off the list as time permits, but I've changed that now.
> If you want a double copy of responses to your posts then use 'lists',
> otherwise use 'subscribe'.
> | But isn't the "From" header controlled by the exim.conf rewrite
> | option?
> Only partially. First mutt creates the header. Then, if the rewrite
> rule matches, exim can rewrite it. However, the rewrite rule doesn't
> apply to the Mail-Followup-To: header.
And here I was, thinking that email was one thing that I _had_ got
working reasonably cleanly in all the time I'd spent struggling
with debian. Ah well, back to the drawing board...
But isn't there something messy here? Couldn't both exim and
mutt insist on there being an EMAIL environment variable set,
thus making exim's rewriting rules and mutt's "from" variable
Anyway, thanks for all the help.