Re: What to do about spam in debian-user [was: Your Password Reset Link from CorrLinks]
- Date: Thu, 21 Feb 2019 12:30:35 -0500
- From: rhkramer@xxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re: What to do about spam in debian-user [was: Your Password Reset Link from CorrLinks]
On Thursday, February 21, 2019 09:01:04 AM Greg Wooledge wrote:
> (2) Mutt has a feature that lets you send an EXACT copy of a message to
> a different address, preserving all of the headers and content
> verbatim. Mutt calls this "bouncing".
I'm just coming in from left field (without having kept up with the content or
intent of the discussion), but:
I'm guessing that the behavior you describe can be mimic'ed in kmail by
pressing T on a(n open) received email, changing the address, and then
I guess what I haven't paid attention to is whether that is a useful behavior.
(Of course, I assume things like the time sent are changed in the headers, and
presumably all the Received: headers (at the new recipient).)
> It's different from "forwarding", which strips out all the headers and
> generates a whole new message with your own regular outgoing headers.
> See the documentation at
> <http://www.mutt.org/doc/manual/#sending-intro> and