[Mailman-Developers] double dash or single dash to commence
philb at philb.us
Tue Apr 13 20:18:34 EDT 2004
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On Tuesday 13 April 2004 6:55 am, John.Airey at rnib.org.uk wrote:
> I have noticed that mailman uses a double dash to end message commands. I
> was under the impression that a dash followed by a space (which we
> currently have in our disclaimer) was correct. This certainly works with
> majordomo, which is what we used to use until I became tired of the
> enormous amount of administration that it took just to set up one list.
> Does anyone on this list know which RFC states which is the correct one?
> If of course both are valid would you be able to patch mailman to allow
> "end","--" and "- "?
The correct signature separator is (as below)
Don't know if it was ever an RFC, but it does descend from usenet.
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