trusted sender with reply address masking (OldForumCopy)

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trusted sender with reply address masking (OldForumCopy)

Postby miniscus » Sat Aug 30, 2003 11:53 pm

By: nobody ( Nobody/Anonymous )
trusted sender with reply address masking
2003-08-10 18:18


Hi,

Some newsletters are impossible to add as trusted sender if I use reply address masking because the from address is in the form

+newsletter+myaccount+211380eff5.my#new ... ourmet.com

is there any workaround?

thanks


By: nobody ( Nobody/Anonymous )
RE: trusted sender with reply address masking
2003-08-17 13:14


sg tries to put the original address before the munged return address, in quotes. But if this would make the whole thing too long, it doesn't. If it's not there, you can "derive" it yourself from the munged address -- in your example:

+newsletter+myaccount+211380eff5.my#new ... ourmet.com

the sender would be my@newsletter.com -- it comes after the gobbledygook that follows your username, precedes the @sign, and has a # sign instead of its own @ sign.

Use this (the original sender address) for the trusted sender, and it should work.
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