Re: discussion list email headers
> From: bob@PROTECTED Thanks so much for the reply. After posting this I did more research and saw the DMARC requirements. What was throwing me was my email client, Thunderbird. It replaces the tag output (from address) with the word "Me" or in some cases, "Bob" and does not show the full from address. I didn't realize this until I opened the same email in web based GMail and saw "bob@PROTECTED". So, it is working.
Perhaps something to talk to the Thunderbird developers, about?
> My only concern will be others experiencing the same thing with their email clients as I did. Placing the tag in the email body likely will not work since you've already shown they get stripped or at least not replaced.
By default, Discussion List messages start off with stating which address the message has been sent from in the body itself. Template tags do get stripped from the actual content of the message in discussion messages by default, but this will not affect content that originate from the discussion message's layout template.
Changing up the From: header is just what needs to be done these days. Thems the breaks. The original sender address is still referenced in the, "comment" section of the From: header, as has been pointed out. I believe this is how most email discussion list systems work.
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