>Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2005 14:09:13 -0600
>From: "Mike D." <email@example.com>
>Subject: RE: [TowerTalk] firstname.lastname@example.org
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"
>Thanks for your note. Yes, you, et al, might "like" using an alias e-mail
>account, but that is the problem. Your unwillingness to be slightly
>inconvenienced, when/if you ever change your e-mail provider is probably the
>same reason [email@example.com] subscribed using his.
>There are probably 700+ subscribers to TowerTalk. The few subscribers using
>alias accounts are apparently unwilling to be personally inconvenienced, yet
>are also bothered by NEVER ENDING bounces to every contributor. There is no
>way to test every subscribed e-mail address. If there were, the MAILMAN
>software would have removed the offending address a long time ago. It is
>automatic-I administer seven Ham Radio lists using this application.
>The only practical solution is for the list administrator to unsubscribe
>every known e-mail forwarding address and restrict future subscriptions from
You DO realize that your solution would completely "zap" *@arrl.net?
Bill - WB1GOT
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