Useful Tables

This chapter contains ten useful tables that cover headers and their use:

Header Names

The name portion of the H configuration command must be one of the names shown in Table 25-2. Other names do not produce an error but might confuse other programs that process them. Names marked with an asterisk are defined by RFC2822.

Table 25-2. Header names

apparently-to

bcc*

cc*

comments*

content-length

content-transfer-encoding

content-type

date*

delivery-receipt-to

disposition

encrypted

errors-to

from*

full-name

in-reply-to*

keywords*

mail-from

message

message-id*

notification-to

posted-date

precedence

received*

references*

reply-to*

resent-bcc*

resent-cc*

resent-date*

resent-from*

resent-message-id*

resent-reply-to ...

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