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1999\02\02@222957 by Ravi Pailoor

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ADD A COUPLE OF LINES AT THE BEGINING OF THE RECEIVED PAGE (LIKE I HAVE
DONE ) AND YOU WILL NOT HAVE THE PROBLEM REPEATING.

I FOUND OUT ABOUT IT THE HARD WAY. I THINK THE MAILER SCANS THE SUBJECT
AND A COUPLE OF LINES TO ACCEPT OR REJECT.

PAILOOR


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1999\02\02@223414 by dave vanhorn

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So apparently it's looking for replies on the TOP of the message???
What refugee from Redmond would set it up that way!?!?
(This is a test message)

At 08:26 AM 2/3/99 +0530, Ravi Pailoor wrote:
>ADD A COUPLE OF LINES AT THE BEGINING OF THE RECEIVED PAGE (LIKE I HAVE
>DONE ) AND YOU WILL NOT HAVE THE PROBLEM REPEATING.
>
>I FOUND OUT ABOUT IT THE HARD WAY. I THINK THE MAILER SCANS THE SUBJECT
>AND A COUPLE OF LINES TO ACCEPT OR REJECT.

1999\02\03@014248 by Regulus Berdin

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Yep, another M$ bug! (testing also.)

Received: from mahtab.neda.net.ir [194.165.21.2] by mail.neda.net.ir
[194.165.21
.3] with SMTP (MDaemon.v2.7.SP4.R) for <.....OURMAZDIKILLspamspam@spam@IOMCO.COM>; Wed, 03 Feb
1999 0
6:00:50 +0330
Received: from lime.ease.lsoft.com ([209.119.1.41]) by
mahtab.neda.net.ir with S
MTP (Microsoft Exchange Internet Mail Service Version 5.5.1960.3)
       id D9FL3KNL; Wed, 3 Feb 1999 06:00:33 +0330

dave vanhorn wrote:
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> So apparently it's looking for replies on the TOP of the message???
> What refugee from Redmond would set it up that way!?!?
> (This is a test message)

1999\02\03@015545 by dave vanhorn

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This line required to fool stupid software.

At 01:26 PM 2/3/99 +0800, Regulus Berdin wrote:
>Yep, another M$ bug! (testing also.)

>> So apparently it's looking for replies on the TOP of the message???
>> What refugee from Redmond would set it up that way!?!?
>> (This is a test message)

Looks like, I never got a bounce from my previous message.
I smell recently installed/downgraded bugware at work.

1999\02\03@041234 by Bob Drzyzgula

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I don't think that it is quite that simple. If you take
a look at my recent message about a project distribution
site, you'll see that (a) I changed the subject line, (b) I
included several paragraphs of new text *above* an excerpt
of Jan's previous message, which was properly offset with
">" characters and (c) there was new text below that (my
.sig lines). I got post rejection messages (two of them)
for that post.

--Bob

On Tue, Feb 02, 1999 at 10:32:59PM -0500, dave vanhorn wrote:
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1999\02\03@060524 by Mark Willis

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My vote's a loop on the incoming mail files side of the listserve
box.  <G>  Something like:

 I send a message;

 Somehow it is submitted to the list server but the copy isn't deleted;

 It then gets submitted again;  And possibly again, finally getting
deleted.

 (Does seem like I'm seeing 2 copies of at least SOME posts;  I file
'em in a folder, I haven't gone looking yet - I will if it'll help
Jory.)

 Mark

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1999\02\03@105647 by dave vanhorn

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At 04:01 AM 2/3/99 -0500, Bob Drzyzgula wrote:
>I don't think that it is quite that simple. If you take
>a look at my recent message about a project distribution
>site, you'll see that (a) I changed the subject line, (b) I
>included several paragraphs of new text *above* an excerpt
>of Jan's previous message, which was properly offset with
>">" characters and (c) there was new text below that (my
>.sig lines). I got post rejection messages (two of them)
>for that post.

I got bounces for my test messages too, it just took longer.
Something's VERY confused.

1999\02\03@143425 by Mark Willis

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dave vanhorn wrote:
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> At 04:01 AM 2/3/99 -0500, Bob Drzyzgula wrote:
> >I don't think that it is quite that simple. If you take
> >a look at my recent message about a project distribution
> >site, you'll see that (a) I changed the subject line, (b) I
> >included several paragraphs of new text *above* an excerpt
> >of Jan's previous message, which was properly offset with
> >">" characters and (c) there was new text below that (my
> >.sig lines). I got post rejection messages (two of them)
> >for that post.
>
> I got bounces for my test messages too, it just took longer.
> Something's VERY confused.

 Computers:  The fastest morons in the universe <G>

 Jory'll get 'er fixed, we'll survive until then.

 Mark

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