1993-05-05 - Re: [CPunk] ADMIN: Handling of “tags”

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From: henry strickland <strick@osc.versant.com>
To: i6t4@jupiter.sun.csd.unb.ca (Nickey MacDonald)
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UTC Datetime: 1993-05-05 17:40:16 UTC
Raw Date: Wed, 5 May 93 10:40:16 PDT

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From: henry strickland <strick@osc.versant.com>
Date: Wed, 5 May 93 10:40:16 PDT
To: i6t4@jupiter.sun.csd.unb.ca (Nickey MacDonald)
Subject: Re: [CPunk] ADMIN: Handling of "tags"
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# ... and have every cypherpunks message have a "CPUNK:" prepended
# to the subject,  ...

I do this on two digests that I edit, and I have one realtime
reflector that automatically inserts a tag into the Subject: line. 

The problem is when something gets nandoed into more than one
mailing list, the tags take up the whole subject line.

But it seems worth the bother.