>Uh, perhaps you miss the point -- its not that the sender doesn't
>know whats happening (he clearly doesn't, but he can tell something
>is wrong), its that some moron at Kodak put together that pathetic
>excuse for a mail gateway. They probably think it enhances system
Careful here. Most of what I saw in the headers of that message was
boilerplate straight from Digital. The user is using All-in-1 mail on a
VAX/VMS system. The VAX is gatewaying All-in-1 mail to DECnet mail and
sending the DECnet mail to an Ultrix system. The Ultrix system is
gatewaying DECnet mail to internet-style mail. The only thing unusual
I see in any of it is the From: and Reply-to: lines containing
Whoever assembled the gateways at Kodak did it by the
book except for that.
Not that I like the way Digital implemented it. When I ran a DECnet-
Internet mail gateway here, I hacked it up to make it transparent to
the rest of the Internet. I just think if you want to flame someone for
a lousy gateway you might as well know where to point your flame-thrower.