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Re: Postfix bounce



On Thu, Jan 09, 2003 at 04:17:02PM -0800, Curtis Vaughan wrote:
| Is it possible to turn off bounce under postfix?
| 
| Or, at least, configure bounce so that it doesn't attach any attachments 
| to the original letter?

No.  See RFCs 1894 and 2045.  The need for the "attachments"[1] is if
the orginal message was MIME-encoded (particularly if it contained
text that wasn't in english) the MIME properties of the message must
be preserved.  That can only be done if the error message is placed
in its own correctly specified MIME part.

-D

1:  They're really not "attachments", but rather just another part in
    a multipart MIME message
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