>Let's say you're an AOL customer with a friend on AOL, and at work
>day you think of something quick to dash off to your pal, but since
>non-emergency matter and you're more concerned about forgetting to do
>you don't do it now rather than urgency, and because you want to read
>friend's reply tonight when you're at home on your AOL account, you
>Reply-To: to your AOL address. AOL rejects it as incontrovertibly
>there's no such thing as an AOL user with an email address outside
>That would be as dumb as all hell, but I wouldn't put it past them.
"Use www.aol.com webmail."