1993-02-23 - Re: Doubled penet messages

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From: Johan Helsingius <julf@penet.FI>
To: Hal <74076.1041@compuserve.com>
Message Hash: ebdf2073ec3512fd18b8124db9e3b65e5379b002f6fce606a45f0f049f253857
Message ID: <9302231927.aa24699@penet.penet.FI>
Reply To: <930223173029_74076.1041_DHJ36-1@CompuServe.COM>
UTC Datetime: 1993-02-23 20:36:32 UTC
Raw Date: Tue, 23 Feb 93 12:36:32 PST

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From: Johan Helsingius <julf@penet.FI>
Date: Tue, 23 Feb 93 12:36:32 PST
To: Hal <74076.1041@compuserve.com>
Subject: Re: Doubled penet messages
In-Reply-To: <930223173029_74076.1041_DHJ36-1@CompuServe.COM>
Message-ID: <9302231927.aa24699@penet.penet.FI>
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> Penet puts an X-Anonymously-To: cypherpunks@toad.com into the header that it
> sends.  (I'm not sure why it has to do this; isn't this redundant with the
> "To:" header?) 

No. The To: shows the real receiver, X-Anonymously-To: shows the address
the message was originally sent to. Thus you know if the message was
sent to your anonymous or real address.

> Perhaps this would be a good time to standardize the supported set of
> headers for remailing requests.

Agree. Here is the anon.penet.fi set:

	X-Anon-To:	 - set by user, stripped by server
	X-Anon-Password: - set by user, stripped by server
	X-Anonymously-To: - set by server