>OK then, Roger: say your employer has a firewall and you can't surf
If you can't, then you shouldn't.
>Or say you don't have an AOL account yourself and you can't use their
>but you want to ask someone on AOL a question on behalf of a third
>is also on AOL, so you direct Reply-To: to the person who needs the
>Channeling AOL, if they answer at all: "Too bad."
Right, because that's not their user model. That doesn't make much
sense in the personal-networking world. If you're going to get in the
middle, stay in the middle.