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NANOG List Update - Moving Forward



On 7/12/11 10:13 AM, Jay Ashworth wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Ben Carleton"<ben at bencarleton.com>
>
>> * The mailing list is stripping out all Received: headers from prior
>> to the message hitting the listserver
>
> You're the third person to report that, but *I* am seeing incoming Received
> headers in my messages here -- yours, for example, has them all, even prior
> to the message hitting s0.
>
> Great name, there, BTW.  "s0".
>

Looks like parts of the received like are still there, though butchered 
and mashed in (most likely in a non-RFC compliant manner) with the one 
added by 'bulk_maler v1.13' (great name for the mailer, btw, sets off my 
spammy sense something fierce).


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