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Re: [Nmh-workers] I did something wrong with replcomps

From: norm
Subject: Re: [Nmh-workers] I did something wrong with replcomps
Date: Sun, 11 Dec 2016 08:04:24 -0800

Ken Hornstein <address@hidden> writes:
>>When I changed my replcomps:
>>< Reply-To: Norman Shapiro <address@hidden>
>>< From: address@hidden
>>> Reply-To: %(localmbox)
>>> From: %(localmbox)
>>repl suddenly started inserting a spurious unadorned "cc: norm" (with no
>>@dad.org) into my drafts, when there is no such address in the message
>>being replied to.
>That's from this line:
>Specifically, the "%(formataddr(me))".  (You should probably never use
>%(me) except for a very few specific things).
>To give you an idea, for me:
>%(me)          kenh
>%(myhost)      pobox.com
>%(me)@%(myhost)        address@hidden
>%(localmbox)   Ken Hornstein <address@hidden>
>(Also, when you're in your replcomps, you might want to consider updating
>the In-Reply-To header).

I won't pretend to understand much of that, I couldn't have even
when I was much younger and smarter than I am now.

Would somebody be willing to please send me a replcomps that does
not do an fcc, but that does do a:

     cc: address@hidden

Or, I suppose:

     cc:  %(localmbox)

and which also "updat[es] the In-Reply-To header", as Ken Hornstein suggested

Thank you, muchly,

    Norman Shapiro

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