Unless the network is lying to me again, J C Lawrence said:
> The problem is how as list server designers and list owners we are to
> adapt to this. We currently, naively, assume that a subscriber's
> address is more or less constant. Dated addresses and other similar
> forms make a mockery of that.
One thing to note is that you can set TMDA up to send a different (bare)
envelope From_ with a dated From:
If a list-user were to DTRT (which I don't at this point), as long as the
list software looked only at the envelope, all would be well. This really
is mostly my fault and not that of the list/list-software.
| Alan Clegg | Networks | Security | UNIX | 802.11 |
perl -le '$_="6110>374086;2064208213:90<307;55";tr[0->][ LEOR\!AUBGNSTY];print'
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