> From: "Richard Laager" <rlaa...@wiktel.com>
>> It's a typo, I presume? In my example, u...@domain.com wants the boilerplate 
>> and u...@domain.org doesn't. So I guess you meant "resend to 
>> u...@domain.com, 
>> delete_recipient(u...@domain.org) and add boilerplate", right?
> No, I don't think so? If ORG does NOT WANT boilerplate, then you resend
> to ORG and delete ORG, as resending sends the original, unmodified, no
> boilerplate message. Then you add boilerplate for the remaining
> recipient, which is COM, who WANTS the boilerplate.

OK, got it. However, I want all the filtering stuff in the filter*() functions 
to be applied to the "resent" message to ORG, except the boilerplate. I guess 
it's not possible because resend_message resends the ORIGINAL message and won't 
be processed.

NOTE: If there is a disclaimer or other legal boilerplate in the above
message, it is NULL AND VOID.  You may ignore it.

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