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configset  GLOBAL  message_headers <<TAG
[VALUE LINES]
TAG
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configset listname message_headers <<TAG
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TAG
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Default Value : Reply-To: majordomo@bugzilla.org ... (only first item is shown)
Data Type     : string_array
Category      : deliver
Password Notes: none
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EXAMPLE:

configset listname message_headers << ENDTAG
X-Loop: msg $SEQNO from listname@example.org
ENDTAG

configset GLOBAL message_headers << ENDTAG
X-Loop: Mj2 server at Example.Org
Reply-To: majordomo@bugzilla.org
ENDTAG


These headers will be added to the e-mail headers of every posted
message or digest that is sent to the subscribers.

The headers in the GLOBAL "message_headers" setting will only be added
to every message that the Majordomo server sends in response to a
command.  Therefore, the GLOBAL "message_headers" setting should always
contain a Reply-To header that has the address of the Majordomo server.

A "Reply-To" header is required for the GLOBAL pseudo-list to 
function properly.  Do not delete it if you change this setting.
Majordomo will normally put
  majordomo-owner@bugzilla.org 
in the "From" header, and 
  majordomo@bugzilla.org
in the "Reply-To" header to prevent mail loops between servers.
The "Reply-To" header allows people to respond to the server more
easily.

There are header traps in place:  see "help configset_block_headers"
for a description of headers which will cause Majordomo to reject 
a message without examining it for commands.  Using the GLOBAL 
block_headers and message_headers settings in tandem can reduce 
the likelihood of mail loops.

Whenever a posted message is approved by the moderators using the 
accept command, it is re-mailed to the list address with an Approved: 
header included.  This causes the message to be delivered immediately
without undergoing any access checks.  Any existing Delivered-To headers 
are removed from the message to reduce the chance of a bounce.

For regular lists, there are other settings that can be used to change
the headers of a message.  See "help configset_reply_to",
"help configset_sender", "help configset_precedence", and 
"help configset_subject_prefix"  for additional information. 

The text of each added header will undergo variable substitution as it
is added to the message.   The variables supported include the standard
substitutions, plus DATE, HOST, MSGNO, SENDER, SEQNO, SUBJECT,
SUBSCRIBED, and USER.  See "help variables" for more information.

Any headers with leading spaces, with control characters or spaces in
their names, or without a colon (':') will be ignored.

See Also:
   help admin_delivery
   help configset_block_headers (for how to block server commands)
   help configset_delete_headers
   help configset_precedence    (for how to add a special header)
   help configset_purge_received
   help configset_reply_to
   help configset_sender
   help configset_subject_prefix
   help variables (for a list of all possible variables and what they mean)

This is the "configset_message_headers" help document for 
Majordomo 2, version 0.1201103110.

For a list of all help documents, send the following command:
   help topics
in the body of a message to majordomo@bugzilla.org.

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