> From: Alan Zack [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> That would mean everyone using CALLSIGN@arrl.net,
> CALLSIGN@jarl.net, CALLSIGN@darc.net, etc., would be dropped.
It would mean that everyone using an alias account would have to resubscribe
using their "real" e-mail address. It would not prohibit anyone from
enjoying the benefits of TowerTalk, that is currently enjoying it.
It would also mean that the [email@example.com] bounced messages would finally
stop. It would also mean that someone else's bounced messages won't start up
at a later date. It will also mean that eventually this discussion would
73 de Mike, N9BOR
A-1, FISTS, JARL A-1, SMC
di dah dit - The only Roger Beep you'll ever need.
Let your fingers do the talking - Morse code.
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> Mike D. wrote:
> > Jim,
> > 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 [firstname.lastname@example.org] subscribed using his.
> > There are probably 700+ subscribers to TowerTalk. The few
> > 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
> > 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 those addresses.
> > 73 de Mike, N9BOR
> > A-1, FISTS, JARL A-1, SMC
> > http://www.n9bor.us
> > http://www.k9ya.org
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