Re: The X-Listserver stuff...
It seems to me that the best thing would be a sequence of headers
which are informative, and which don't confuse the recipient.
"X-Listserver" and "X-Mailing-List" seem to connote two
different things (one being the "controller", and the other
being the "controlled"). As I see it, a header would have:
[In my case...]
X-Listserver: "TLSP Listserv 1.0" <list-server @
X-Mailing-List: Daily Quote, msg #13
X-Archive: daily-quote-archive @
Now, the "X-Listserver" can be taken two ways. Either it is there
to show the author of the listserv software (such as
"X-Listserver: UNIX Listserver 6.0 -- by Anastasios Kotsikonas"),
or it is there to show the entry-address for the listserver on
your system, such as I have it above. Personally, I don't like
sticking my name on every piece of mail that goes out of my
system. But that's just me. However, should we be making
a distinction between "X-Listserver" (the resource), and
perhaps "X-Listserver-Version:" (the tag-line)?