"JRA" == Jay R Ashworth email@example.com writes:
JRA> Secondly, if Piper implements this the same way that Google JRA> does, you can put it in as the first line of the body, JRA> starting in column 1, followed by an (additional) blank line, JRA> and it will still take effect.
It doesn't, currently. IIRC, only the new topics feature does a body scan for header-like directives. In the face of increasing html and multipart/alternative messages, it's a little tricky to code correctly. We should probably factor that out into a utility.