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Re: [vox-tech] test messages in general

On Sun, Jul 14, 2002 at 10:58:03PM -0700, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> hi all,
> i don't mind test messages at all (these things happen), but there are two
> things i'd like to ask:
> 1. please use the "X-No-Archive" header, which prevents your test
>    msg from being archived.  there's no reason to archive test msgs.
>    all you need to do is include "X-No-Archive:" in the header.  i don't
>    think it needs content.
>    in mutt, you can edit your headers using "E" (default key binding).
>    i'm not sure how to do it in pine or elm.  if someone knows, please
>    let me know.
>    henry, is our procmail recipe searching the whole email or just the
>    headers?  if it's just the headers, i'm wondering if we should check
>    the first line of the body for people who don't use clients that
>    allow you to edit headers (or for people who don't know how).

Headers only.

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