Alan Stebbens <aks @
>Our mailer, on the assumption that "plain", unqualified names can only
>be local, qualifies the names with our default domain. Thus, in the
>request header below, we see "ats @
edu", when, in fact, the
>original request had "ats @
hubert", without any domain name.
IMO, if someone's mail setup is this seriously broken, he should fix it
at his end first. The *least* he must do is add a suitable Reply-To: field.
Sincerely, berg @
Stephen R. van den Berg (AKA BuGless).
A truly wise man never plays leapfrog with a unicorn.