On Apr 20, 2008, at 14:11, DZ-Jay wrote:

> I guess you can always check for multiple instances of the header and
> avoid delivering to any addresses in any of them (after all, any server
> who adds an X-Loop header is trying to make sure not to have the
> message re-delivered to that address).  Or, to be sure, you could use
> your own header, "X-GSM-Loop" or something.

If you use your own header, you can treat it as a flag:  If it's there, 
it means you have already dealt with that message and you can safely 
discard it.

        dZ.

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