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Friedrich Strohmaier wrote on 2011-10-20 23:25:
I nevertheless support to do that change due to the above stated risk.

the question is, what exactly do we want to have. Shall I simply disabling the removal of user-added reply-to headers, or shall I also disable the addition of reply-to: list?

For scenario 1, if mlmmj does what it is supposed to, the default reply-to header would be set to the list, but any user-created reply-to header would be *added* to that, i.e. does not get lost like it does not.


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