In a message dated 97-03-05 22:19:19 EST, you write:
> Recently sent a couple of messages as replies to folks and cc'd to
> When I post a message directly to email@example.com, I receive a copy. I did not
> receive a copy of those 2 messages sent as ccs to firstname.lastname@example.org. Since there
> were no replies or other responses, I am assuming that they did not post,
> but not quite sure.
> I wonder if messages cc'd to the list are not posted as a matter of system
> protocol or some other reason--or whether the problem is a unique one to
> this sending station. Have not had this experience on other lists to
> which I subscribe, so I am in the dark.
You are correct, sir. One of the things that was done recently (and
I'm trying to keep up with them myself) was that the cc: towertalk function
was disabled. In other words, anything cc:'d to TowerTalk will be
bounced/rejected/not posted. As it was explained to me, it is supposed to
cut down extraneous posts by people who automatically cc: something. Many
times these were best left unposted. I don't know if it can be changed back;
let me know if you want it turned back on again and I'll pass it along.
From now on, just add email@example.com in the "to:" field and
everything will work just fine (see example on this header).
Hopefully everything is working fine now and we can get on with pithy
tower and antenna discussions again.
73, Steve K7LXC
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