|FROM ||Rick Moen
|SUBJECT ||Re: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] Matching this mailing list for procmail rules
Quoting Ruben Safir (mrbrklyn-at-panix.com):
> The message was .. what do these NEW headers to the mailing list, the
> ones up above this message,
> look like :)
Aha. OK, that question didn't come across very clearly.
One reason I didn't understand that intent was that which headers are
shown by default and which aren't is completely idiosyncratic to the
individual recipient's MUA.
I happen to be using mutt -- with my own .muttrc file that includs a
custom set of 'unignore' lines for particular headers that I want to
see. So, although it's mutt, it's not the default Mutt header display.
So, I can answer your question, but the answer you'll get is not the
answer you want, because you didn't ask a question that would prompt
What got displyed by default (without my toggling display of all headers)
Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2015 01:39:51 -0500
From owner-hangout-outgoing-at-mrbrklyn.com Mon Feb 16 22: 0:41 2015
From: Ruben Safir
Subject: Re: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] Matching this mailing list for procmail rules
My .muttrc's unignore lines are part of this section of said file;
#### Headers ####
set edit_hdrs # obsolete?
set autoedit # set: skip To, Subject prompts before composing
#my_hdr Organization: Dis-
my_hdr Organization: If you lived here, you'd be \$HOME already.
my_hdr X-Mas: Bah humbug.
send-hook ~A unmy_hdr X-gazette-tag:
send-hook (~Ctag|~Clgang) 'my_hdr X-gazette-tag: Rick Moen'
set hdr_format="%4C %Z %[!%y%m%d] %-17.17F (%3l) %s"
unignore from date subject to cc reply-to:
unignore organization organisation x-mailer: x-newsreader: x-mailing-list:
I was really fond of 'Organization: Dis-'. People have to turn their
brains on for a moment, to get the gag. But the newer one is just that
smidgen better still, methinks.
The escaping of \$HOME in this context is necesary to prevent mutt from
dereferencing it. Go figure!