Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 43762
Berkeley CSUA MOTD
2018/03/24 [General] UID:1000 Activity:popular

2006/7/22-24 [Computer/SW/Mail] UID:43762 Activity:nil
7/22    Is there a way to send out a mass mail (using pine or gmail) such
        that each recipient receives the email with their own address in
        the "To:" field, but that doesn't show any of the other
        receipients?  Of course, I could use Bcc, but then each
        receipient's email address doesn't show up in the header they
        receive, and the mail might then be filtered as spam, since it's
        not "To" them.
        \_ foreach
          \_ I was going to do this, but I want the Reply-To field different
             from the address I'm sending from.  How can I set the Reply-To
             field from a command line mail command?
             \_ If you want complete control over the headers, just write
                up the mail exactly as you want it to appear and run it
                through "sendmail -t".
                  \_ Thanks.  I'll try that.  -op
                \_ another alternative is use nc localhost smtp
                \_ Will using sendmail like this make the email look funny,
                   being that it wasn't created in pine, outlook, gmail,
                   yahoo, etc?  Is there a chance such mail could be
                   filtered as spam when received?  I sent such mail to
                   yahoo and gmail not problem, but not sure if stricter
                   spam filtering might think it's spam.
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2010/2/22-3/12 [Computer/HW] UID:53723 Activity:nil
2/20    There was a failure validating the SSL/TLS certificate for the server
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9/9     What should outbound mail server be when reading mail from soda
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6/29    Do I need to enable pine?
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          \_ alpine not working. are there any config instructions
                for using alpine with csua?
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