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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, 18 Dec 2016 06:58:26 -0800

David Levine <address@hidden> writes:
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>Norm writes:
>> Thank you, but that doesn't have a "From:" header.
>Oh, right, for messages that don't contain one of your addresses
>in one of To:, Cc:, or From:.  I do that in order to reply from
>the message that was used to send to me, and use an editor macro
>to fill in From: if there was no such address.
>The attached replcomps unconditionally inserts a From: header.

It's working fine for me. Again, thank you. But I have two questions:

1. How many people on the planet are both smart and knowledgeable enough
to have done that?

2. There is a line:

%<{fcc}Fcc: %{fcc}\n%>\

Containing the string, "fcc", twice and the string "Fcc" once. But it
produces no Fcc line; NOR do I want it to.

What's going on?

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>Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"; name="replcomps"
>Content-Description: replcomps
>Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="replcomps"
>%(lit)%(formataddr %<{reply-to}%?{from}%?{sender}%?{return-path}%>)\
>%<(nonnull)%(void(width))%(putaddr To: )\n%>\
>%<(nonnull)%(void(width))%(putaddr cc: )\n%>\
>%<{fcc}Fcc: %{fcc}\n%>\
>%<{subject}Subject: Re: %{subject}\n%>\
>%<{date}In-reply-to: %<(mymbox{from})my%|Your%> message of "\
>%<{message-id}References: \
>%<{references}%(void{references})%(trim)%(putstr)\n  %>\
>Reply-To: %(localmbox)
>From: %(localmbox)
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>Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"
>MIME-Version: 1.0
>Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
>Content-Disposition: inline
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