From: Matt Curtin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jan 03 2002 - 06:20:18 CST
greg andruk <email@example.com> writes:
> There is the RFC2822 Comments: header. For purely human-parsed
> text, that is probably enough.
Some software takes advantage of Comments headers in email, not for
text intended to be read by humans, but by other software. (e.g.,
Hyperbole for Emacs, when enabled, will insert a header:
Comments: Hyperbole mail buttons accepted, v04.023.
All the more reason we should document existing practice instead of
inventing standards where none exists.
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