[Mailman-Users] how i make recipients think they're not on a list?
brad.knowles at skynet.be
Fri Feb 13 19:48:07 CET 2004
At 5:00 PM +1030 2004/02/13, Dat Bui wrote:
> we have a customer that doesn't want subscribers to think that
> they're on a list. They want to do this because they think it'll
> be more personal. *shrugs*
Basically, you don't. If they really insist on this kind of
behaviour, have them send the message once for each recipient, direct
from their mail client to the recipient.
> he's using M$ Outlook and this is what he sees;
> From: Brett McDonald <brett.mcdonald at blah.com.au>
> To: 'Rwip' <rwip at blah.com.au> by way of rwip-bounces at lists.blah.com.au
> Subject: FW:9th Test
> Date: Fri, 13 Feb 2004 15:00:00 +1030
> I have two questions;
> 1. is it possible to make the To: field have the recepient address?
Not within Mailman, so far as I know.
> 2. is there a way to get rid of the "by way of" in the To: field?
That's caused by the way that M$ Outhouse mis-interprets certain headers.
Brad Knowles, <brad.knowles at skynet.be>
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