email@example.com no longer list address?
Joern.Eyrich at brokat.com
Fri Jun 1 18:37:47 UTC 2001
I think it's just that the mail system at wdi has been fooled by the
Your mails arrive at my mailbox with
From: Ned Konz
To: squeak at cs.uiuc.edu
I guess they also arrive with these at the address Ted Kaehler has
subscribed to the list with.
Now WDI has installed an autoreply on this mailbox that just returns a
template message of the form "address <recv> has moved" to the address
in the "From" header, where <recv> is just taken from the "To" header,
which in this case does not contain the final receiver, and not
derived from the actual mailbox name.
So Ted K. would probably have to unsubscribe the old address from the
list to stop that (or wdi would have to switch off the autoreply)
I was just about to ask the obvious question in the next sentence,
when Dan Ingalls's "Onward and Upward" message popped in ;-)
Ned Konz wrote:
> I just got a couple of responses presumably from code that I posted to the
> list from within Squeak. These look like:
> The account squeak at cs.uiuc.edu is nolonger at this address. (Ted Kaehler,
> Fri Jun 1 09:26:52 2001)
> The user squeak at cs.uiuc.edu that you emailed to is no longer at this
> Your email has been forwarded to their new address.
> Their new address is: Ted.Kaehler at squeakland.org. Please adjust your future
> mailings accordingly.
> WDI Information Services.
> This has been an automated response.
> So is squeak at cs.uiuc.edu not the right list address? If so, shouldn't Squeak
> be told about this?
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