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[K12OSN] Ahh. enlightenment! (was setting up OpenLDAP...)

Hi Russ,
I followed your links to colug.net with its info about this issue.

I hate being ignorant.  I now understand the Reply-to Munging issue
more completely.  Thanks for the highly informative post, and the
cool procmail+formail recipe. neat.  I knew I need to learn more 
about procmail!

To mis-quote Monty-Python - "I obeisance in your general direction."

On Mon, Jul 08, 2002 at 12:25:09PM -0400, R P Herrold wrote:
> Not 'counterintuitively' -- this is a support, advocacy and
> sharing list, and off-list replies are usually not the right
> choice, particularly with less-skilled users.  This topic is a
> TUI/GUI, or vi/emacs, or sendmail/postfix debate, and there is
> no 'right' answer.  See:
>     http://www.colug.net/mailing_list.php#munge
> From: man 1 formail:
>        -I headerfield
>             Same as -i, except that any  existing  similar  fields  are  simply
>             removed.   If  headerfield consists only of a field-name, it effec­
>             tively deletes the field.
> ... Why complain with no reason?  Don't like mangles?  Fix 'em
> with procmail. Add to your .procmailrc:
> :0fh
> * ^Sender *k12osn-admin redhat\ com
> *!^X-brand
> *!^Subject.*\[
> * ^Subject:\/.*
>         | formail -I "Subject: [k12]$MATCH"                 \
>                 -A "X-brand: k12"                           \
>                 -I Reply-To:
> and you'll not have _that_ to carp about any more.

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