Re: [Evolution] How to remail or bounce a message?

On Wed, 2009-07-22 at 13:00 +0100, Matthias Apitz wrote:
El dÃa Wednesday, July 22, 2009 a las 11:35:30AM +0100, Pete Biggs escribiÃ:

My beloved MUA 'mutt' has a function 'bounce-message' which allows to
remail a message to another user who will receive the message as I did, only
a few header lines like Resent-To: , Resent-From: and Resent-Date: are
added which identifies the mail as a bounce?

Is this somehow implemented in Evo as well? Note: I'm not talking about
forwarding a mail, which is completely another thing.

Message -> Forward as... -> Redirect

Don't know if it adds any other headers though.

No. This is fare away from a real 'bounce'. The original message in
Evolution has this header:

    From: 1blu-Support Team <support-team XXXXXXXXX de>
    To: matthias apitz XXXXXXXXX org
    Subject: Re: [Ticket#2009072110000431] 1blu-Webhosting
    Date: Wed, 22 Jul 2009 11:46:53 +0200

The Message -> Forward as... -> Redirect to my mbox <guru unixarea de>

    From: Matthias Apitz <apitzm XXXXXXXXX org>
    Subject: Re: [Ticket#2009072110000431] 1blu-Webhosting
    To: 1blu-Support Team <support-team XXXXXXXXX de>

Completely broken (because the messages was not sent to
<support-team XXXXXXXXX de>; and as well the To: should stay as in the

Well that's strange then because when I "Redirect" mail the headers are
kept in tact - including the "To:" and "From:".  There are "Resent-To:"
and "Resent-From:" headers added as are extra "Received:" headers (as
you would expect).


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