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When forwarding a message, the format of the `Subject:' header
field can be modified by the variable
This variable is a string which includes two escapes (`%s'). The
first `%s' is replaced with the sender of the original message, and
the second one is replaced with the original `Subject:'. The
default value of `"%s: %s"' takes a message with the header:
To: Bill Wohler <wohler@@newt.com> Subject: Re: 49er football From: Greg DesBrisay <gd@@cellnet.com>
and creates a subject header field of:
Subject: Greg DesBrisay: Re: 49er football
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