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Re: Interaction between "editheader" and "redirect"
On Wed, 2007-03-07 at 10:12 +0000, Alexey Melnikov wrote:
> With the exception of the special handling of "redirect" and
> "Received" header fields described above, all other actions that
> store or send the message MUST do so with the current set of
> header fields.
I figure that 'current' is defined as 'the set of headers as modified by
the editheader commands at this point in the script' but I had to think
about it for a moment. Could we dumb it down a notch to make the meaning
of 'current' more explicit?
> Additional paragraph in section 7 (Security Considerations):
> While this specification overrides the requirement that redirected
> messages have more Received header fields than the message as
^ ^ add double quotes to be consistent?
> received, doing so removes an important mechanisms for detecting
^ zap the 's'
> loops and therefore should not be permitted by implementations
> without due consideration, such as requiring administrative
^ end the sentence here?
> action to enable it.