w.wuster at BANGOR.AC.UK
Sat Oct 14 11:11:52 CDT 1995
On Fri, 13 Oct 1995, Peter Rauch wrote:
> By the way, TAXACOM is configured so that the Reply-to email header
> field is set to "Sender" (i.e., to the person who originated the message),
> and not to Taxacom.
> Thus, all the replies you see on Taxacom are due to a conscious, explicit
> effort on the part of the person replying to direct that reply to Taxacom.
> (For some, it doesn't necessarily make it right, but it does indicate
> the sender's intention.)
Depends on the mail server. I am using pine, and the default option is
that the mail gets sent direct to the sender, and a copy to Taxacom.
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