>>>>> "RBAK" == Roger B A Klorese <rogerk@QueerNet.ORG> writes:
RBAK> Mail from a given user on a given net access should always present
RBAK> the same address (or at least allow the user to present the same
RBAK> Reply-To address, which Majordomo, at least, will use as an
RBAK> override). We have a RIGHT to expect that.
You've got it. Modern MTAs support masquerading trivially, so there isn't
any excuse. Networks who choose to expose their internal structure to
those who don't need to know and who don't care deserve what they get.
Unfortunately, we don't deserve the headache when they screw up. We'll
always need workarounds. In the end, though, it's the poor Netcom users
who don't understand why there are problems who suffer. Why doesn't Netcom