claird at starbase.neosoft.com
Fri Aug 2 05:33:45 CEST 2002
In article <6c492956.0207290432.4dcb7945 at posting.google.com>,
Clemens Hermann <haribeau at gmx.de> wrote:
>is there any template available for an email auto-responder? I need it
>at the client-side so the envelope has gone yet before the mail
>reaches the auto-responder script (--> response to header-FROM).
>I am not necessarily looking for an out-of-the-box ready to run
>solution but as my efforts spread quite a bunch of bugs over time I
>would appreciate to be able to look at a working example.
Help us understand. I generally think of autoresponder
technology in terms of the mail transfer agent and mail
delivery agent involved--sendmail and procmail, for
example--while you seem to be focused on Python for
expressing the programmability of your contemplated auto-
responder. Or are you saying you have an existing mail
user agent (POP3-based, perhaps?)--a client--that you
like, and you want to beef it up with Python to create
If Unix is hosting your mail service, it's quite likely
that the MDA will be the easiest point for you to insert
autoresponse capabilities. What MDA do you use now?
Cameron Laird <Cameron at Lairds.com>
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