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    • Thomas Roessler's avatar
      As Aaron Schrab noted, patch-0.95.6.tlr.reverse_name.1 broke the use · a71df9dc
      Thomas Roessler authored
      of my_hdr from send-hooks.  This patch introduces a new variable
      $from which can be used to use a default sender address; to make
      this possible, a new variable class DT_ADDR is defined.
      
      We now have the following algorithm for determining the from
      address:
      
      - $from is used as the default from address, if defined.  Otherwise,
        the local user name and (if the user wishes so) the local domain
        are used.
      - This address can be overridden by $reverse_name, if set.
      - Now, send-hooks are evaluated.
      - Afterwards, user headers are evaluated.  In this step, the from
        header can be overridden using my_hdr From:.
      - When there is no real name, $realname is used for it.  Note that,
        when the default from header is used and $from defines a real
        name, it takes precedence over $realname.
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    • Thomas Roessler's avatar
      From Byrial: · 2746247d
      Thomas Roessler authored
      I don't think that the match-all pattern modifier works as can be
      expected from a logical point of view.
      
      The attached patch will make it work as I expect it to work:
      
        - It works on all patterns which explicit or implicit use address
          lists: ~c, ~C, ~e, ~f, ~l, ~L, ~p, ~P, and ~t. (It didn't work
          with ~l before).
      
        - It works such that a modified pattern always match, unless there
          is at least one address in at least one of the referenced lists
          that it doesn't match.
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