Return-path header control
Henrique de Moraes Holschuh
hmh at debian.org
Tue Dec 17 11:07:19 EST 2002
Well, this Return-path issues got me thinking a bit about the issue...
I could write code to add a configuration option to Cyrus so that it
has two methods to deal with return-path:
1. Override (should be the default one): trash any return-path headers
in the message, and add ours (from -r or MAIL FROM:)
2. Add: Add our return-path header _if_ there ins't already one in there.
Messages with more than one return-path header are in error.
Also, should messages with multiple return-paths be flagged as illegal? The
RFCs seem to imply that only _one_ return-path header is allowed. Doing
this could cause severe headaches for people with spools with broken emails
with more than one (which I think is a fairly common problem).
Thoughts about the issue? Ken, Rob?
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