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why a date in the Disposition-Notification-To header?
Authored by: moritzh on Mar 08, '06 11:34:01AM

Sorry, I don't understand your #8. Are you suggesting that the rule should check if the Disposition-Notification-To header field contains a zero and if so performs the specified action (colors the message red/...)? I just dug around in my old e-mails to find one with such a header set (luckily I don't get many of these annoying things!), and there is just a line like this:

Disposition-Notification-To: foo@bar.com

So just a return address and no date, which makes sense to me, to be honest. Based on that, I would rather set the rule criterion to Disposition-Notification-To Contains @ (which should be valid even after 2110...).

Or do I misunderstand?



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