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configset listname max_header_line_length = [VALUE]
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Default Value : 448
Data Type     : integer
Category      : moderate
Password Notes: Visible only with password. 
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EXAMPLE:
configset listname max_header_line_length = 600


The max_header_line_length contains the maximum length in characters 
of a single header in a posted message.  By default, a message with
a header that exceeds this limit will be sent to the moderators for
approval.

Setting this value to zero will disable header length checks on
individual headers.  The "max_total_header_length" setting can be used
to check the size for all headers combined. 

The length of the longest header in a message is stored in the
"max_header_length" access variable.  If the limit is exceeded, the
"max_header_length_exceeded" access variable will be set to 1.  See
"help configset_access_rules" and "help access_variables" for more
information on access variables. 

Placing a limit on the individual header line length will usually catch
two kinds of message:

  * Messages that have been cross-posted and contain many addresses in
  the "To" or "Cc" headers.

  * Messages that are part of a lengthy conversation and contain many
  message IDs in the "References" header.


See Also:
   help access_variables 
   help admin_moderate
   help configset_access_rules
   help configset_admin_headers
   help configset_max_mime_header_length
   help configset_max_total_header_length
   help configset_maxlength
   help configset_taboo_headers

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