> -----Original Message-----
> From: Fritz Borgstedt [mailto:fb@...]
> Sent: Friday, July 15, 2011 8:23 AM
> To: ASSP development mailing list
> Subject: Re:
> ASSP 1.9
> The code was not changed in the last releases and actually there was a
> bug in it which would prevent recognizing the first tag like "From"
> and the mail was wrongly separated into multiple parts by
> \ln\cr\ln\cr. But the basic method was not changed.
> If you forward, the original header is destroyed. My mail client does
> the forwarding with copying some part of the original header into the
> new mail which works nicely with ASSP. Without that, there is no
> whitelisting of addresses from the original header in the forwarded
> mail possible.
Ok, so whitelisting in this fashion is completely reliant on the
original header being there? I thought I had seen addresses from the
body also being included?