ID10T out of office responders
LarrySheldon at cox.net
Fri Apr 11 07:27:49 UTC 2014
On 4/11/2014 2:16 AM, Tei wrote:
> Suppose I configure my email to send a "Thanks, we have received your
> email, we will reply shortly in office hours.". Whats the Holy Headers
> so even poorly configured servers don't cause a AutoReply Storm?
> Googling, I found "Precedence", "X-Auto-Response-Suppress",..? For
> something like this, normally I would scan lots of opensource projects
> in www.google.com/codesearch (so I can learn from the projects with
> a large number of hours in production) , but seems down at the
Any device or process that uses information from the infinitely
forgeable email headers is a process or device that can be subverted.
Requiescas in pace o email Two identifying characteristics
of System Administrators:
Ex turpi causa non oritur actio Infallibility, and the ability to
learn from their mistakes.
(Adapted from Stephen Pinker)
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