h.reindl at thelounge
Apr 9, 2012, 5:54 PM
Post #2 of 9
hm, should we not respect
* Precedence: bulk
* Auto-Submitted: auto-generated
today/tonight i added both headers to our lib which generates
newsletters and other automated messages - dbmail still sends
a reply to such messages, i guess the intention of this
headers in the above commit is to prevent other servers
sending replies to us :-)
Am 09.04.2012 14:47, schrieb Reindl Harald:
> Hi Paul
> how is the native autoreply of dbmail acting in case of mailing.lists?
> since they contain a "Mailing-List" header and mailman usually
> "Precedence: list" i guess it would be not too complicated to supress
> replies in such cases?
> not a big thing, but maybe a sort of polish
>> Mailing-List: contact mysql-help [at] lists; run by ezmlm
> -------- Original-Nachricht --------
> Betreff: Out of office replies
> Datum: Mon, 09 Apr 2012 22:28:32 +1000
> Von: Noel Butler <noel.butler [at] ausics>
> An: mysql [at] lists
> People, most of you are/should be professionals.
> It is about time your mail servers were configured to never send "out of office" bullshit replies in response to
> mailing list messages.
> I realise this is difficult here and is oracles fault for running an abandonware mail server (qmail) and antiquated
> list server (ezmlm) that fails to send Precedence headers, but come on now, do your part since oracle have no clue,
> I mean you don't want your mail servers entered into DNSBL's now do you...
> DBmail mailing list
> DBmail [at] dbmail
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