On Fri, Jun 11, 1999 at 01:01:52AM +0200, Sheldon Hearn wrote:
> Alternatively, and this is what I think would be best, scrap
> .vacation.log and write to stderr. It's easy enough to redirect to a
> file from .forward -- I'll even supply an example in the manpage. This
I like that far more than anything else suggested.
> Well it won't be me doing the commit; check avail. :-)
Man, you really got gyped. ;-) There's a rumour going around that
it's actually possible to commit without being in the avail file.
Talk to Robert Baron for more info. ;-)
> Well, there's no mention of _why_ they grok Return-Path. I checked their
> commit message and couldn't find "vacation" and "Return-Path" in the
> same message on _any_ of their searchable mailing list archives.
Who knows. It really only matters for the cases where From: and
Return-Path: are different. I suppose it's probably correct to take
the Return-Path: .... WTF is strlcpy()?
(RFC 822: Return-Path: "definitive ... route back to the message's
From: "the identity of the person who wished this message to
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