At 11:06 PM 2002-06-16 -0400, Vivek Khera wrote:
> >>>>> "BL" == Byron Lunz <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>BL> Is anyone else seeing the re-appearance of old messages on
>BL> discussion lists (or just old messages re-appearing in their
>The usual cause I've experienced is some broken mail system that uses
>the "To:" header (not the SMTP envelope recipient) to deliver the
>mail. When it sees the list address it just re-sends the message to
>the list. Usually these types of systems hide behind a single ISP
>email account and then "burst" the messages to their local users based
>on the "To" header. Obviously, it is very easy to write broken
>software, and the rest of the world gets to suffer.
Unless this is a policy suddenly taken up by a large number of people at
rr.com, I doubt it is the case this time. Do these systems also
reconstitute the "Mail From:<>" addresses as well?
>The quick fix is to track down the offending address and remove it
>from your list.
Well, I can understand that if that was what was happening. I might even
be tempted to do that in this case.
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