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Re: Enhancement of mailer_t delivery API.

From: Sergey Poznyakoff
Subject: Re: Enhancement of mailer_t delivery API.
Date: Mon, 12 Nov 2001 12:12:34 +0200

> p.s. Sure, mutton is an English word, but I've never heard it used
> like that! I guess you meant "getting back to the meat of
> the matter" or something, Sergey?

Yes, actually that was what I meant. Strange, I must have heard
(or read) the expression somewhere... Sorry for the improper usage. 

> int mailer_send(mailer_t, message_t, address_t from, address_t to);
<..lots of good stuff skipped..>

Seems good. 

>    (question... does sendmail use the Resent-* fields INSTEAD of
>     the "normal" fields if they are present? nullmailer-inject
>     documents that it does, see below. If so, then the
>     "to" argument above is not necessary. )

Sendmail handles "Resent-To", "Resent-Cc", and "Resent-Bcc"
the way it handles "To" header, but it does not seem to give any
special precedence to them. Aslo, in some conditions "Resent-" headers
are explicitely dropped, so it is safer to use "to" anyway.


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