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Re: How to not get the Cc header in Gnus, on reply to mail

From: Emanuel Berg
Subject: Re: How to not get the Cc header in Gnus, on reply to mail
Date: Wed, 02 Oct 2013 23:40:14 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.4 (gnu/linux)

Dmitrii Kashin <> writes:

>> When I answer a mail in Gnus (with
>> gnus-article-followup-with-original') I get an
>> undesired Cc header (with my own mail address).
> Try to check message-default-mail-headers
> variable. Maybe you should unset it?

It says, 'message-default-mail-headers's value is
""'. Any ideas what to do with it?

>> I suppose this is some hack to get a "sent messages"
>> archive (?)
> Because the mail copy should pass an external mail
> server and return again, but you could put it into
> archive just *before* sending, so why do you need to
> wait its returning?

Yes, like I said, I don't want it. But if I did want it,
I suppose I *would* like the "external mail server and
return", otherwise I wouldn't be sure it ever got sent
(i.e., I just have a saved buffer on my disk, not a
message that traveled the Internet). But (again), I
don't want it.

> It's a feature, that provide users of some ugly smtp
> services like GMail for getting they mails from
> mailing lists, because GMail drops them as duplicates.

Aha, I get it.

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