On Mon, Feb 25, 2002 at 10:09:35AM -0500, Barry A. Warsaw wrote:
Mailman's interface to Pipermail is what does this check, currently defined as:
X-No-Archive: yes X-Archive: no
prevents the message from being archived in any way. I don't think there are standards for this particular header (else, why would it be an X- header?), so I'm wondering if I understand common practice well enough. I.e. should the presence of X-No-Archive: itself, regardless of value, prevent archiving of the message?
This depends on which side of the "enabler" argument, discussed ad nauseum last week, you come down on. :-)
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