Gess Shankar <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
# I have aired this problem here before. For some reason, aol seems
# to want to present either the envelope From_ address or the
# Errors-To: address as the From: address to the AOL user, who proceeds
# to respond to that address. At least that is what I think is happening
# because only those two headers are set to the List Owner address.
# When I scan the mail expecting bounces etc. at that address, I find
# mail meant for lists from aol users. What I have to do is to read
# the mail, figure out which list it may belong to based on either
# a continuing thread or the subject matter and route it there, as
# I run a number of lists from here. I do this because some of the
# contributions of the AOLers are quite good. But this is getting
# Question is: Should I just ignore the mailing?
# Should I bounce the mail?
# Should I return the mail with a note about proper
# addressing etc.?
I generally return the messages to the sender with a note that
explains what they should have done, but it's very low priority for me
unless it's a particularly intersting posting; it's often days or
weeks before I get far enough down my "to do" list to get to
cleaning out my inbox and processing such mail.
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