jdow at earthlink.net
Wed Jun 28 03:30:51 UTC 2006
From: "Ed Greshko" <Ed.Greshko at greshko.com>
> jdow wrote:
>> Ed, we're WAY past that stage if you've been reading.
> Oh, you're into discussing silly things now....
I'm simply trying to figure out a scenario that would result
in Aaron sending email to Todd's don't send here address without
Todd replying to one of Aaron's emails and then Aaron replying
to that email.
The header markup taking place seems to require that complex a
scenario. When Aaron gets back with us he can, perhaps, let us
know if that's the scenario.
(If not there may be something else peculiar going on.)
In long form:
Aaron sends a message to the list with his Reply-To:.
That message acquires the FC list's dual Reply-To: feature.
Todd replies to Aaron's email. It goes out to both Reply-To: addresses
and the race is on.
The direct email comes first without the FC4 Reply-To: header.
The reflected email comes in a little later with the FC4 Reply-To:
Aaron's mailer MAY delete the second reception as a duplicate message.
Or it may be in his mailbox after the one that came direct.
Either way Aaron replies to the direct message with no Reply-To: and
gets rebuffed automatically.
This leads to Aaron getting frustrated and angry.
So that's the long form of what seems to be happening. If there is
a shorter way I'd like to know. It might point out a misunderstanding
of what's happening or a further and possibly pathological peculiarity
in the lists modulo Todd's setup and Aaron's setup.
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