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--- Comment #1 from Karsten BrÃ¤ckelmann <email@example.com> 2011-10-19 20:38:17 UTC ---
> The "obvious" solution appears to be to drop __XM_MSOE6 from the meta rule
> __NO_INR_YES_REF but I'm not really sure what __NO_INR_YES_REF is designed to
Going by the comment in the sandbox cf file and its use in FAKE_REPLY_C, I'd
say it's a meta for MUAs setting a References, but no In-Reply-To header, when
Are these *real* replies, or did the sender perhaps himself add some "Re:"
style string to the Subject of an otherwise new mail?
Any chance an overly aggressive and paranoid SMTP relay messed with the mail,
censoring and stripping the References header?
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