At 09:54 AM 2002-12-26 -0500, Kirk Bailey wrote:
>TinyList sends each memeber a copy in it's own envlope, and they only see
>their own email address- that all THEIR copy fot, THEIR address.
>Protecting list member privacy is important.
Um, there is no reason to send people a separate copy, they still only see
their own e-mail address once the RFC821 expansion is done. Sending
separate copies to destinations like AOL or YAHOO is usually just wasted
The RFC822 header does not have to reflect the addresses destined in the
If you doubt that magnet therapy works, I put to you this observation: When
refrigerators were first invented, in the 1940s, they were rather
unreliable, but then they became significantly more reliable. The basic
design of the refrigerator did not change, and we all know that quality was
important back then, so I doubt that newer refrigerators are made better.
Refrigerators have become more reliable because of the rise of the
Nick Simicich - email@example.com