1993-03-08 - Mailer weirdness

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From: sneal@muskwa.ucs.ualberta.ca (Steve Neal)
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
Message Hash: ef7ccf7012d490a2983091bd0ded2731094789cd98e41df69989364323e40c3b
Message ID: <9303080031.AA19392@muskwa.ucs.ualberta.ca>
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UTC Datetime: 1993-03-08 00:32:55 UTC
Raw Date: Sun, 7 Mar 93 16:32:55 PST

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From: sneal@muskwa.ucs.ualberta.ca (Steve Neal)
Date: Sun, 7 Mar 93 16:32:55 PST
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
Subject: Mailer weirdness
Message-ID: <9303080031.AA19392@muskwa.ucs.ualberta.ca>
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[Disclaimer: this may very well be a dumb newbie-type thing]
The last two messages posted to the list by David Del Torto popped up in
my mailer with a long list of "Apparently To" fields, thus identifying
a bunch of list members.  This is something of a breach of privacy for anyone
who didn't want to be known as a cypherpunk.
    Beggin' your pardon if this strikes you as an amazingly lame thing to 
bring up; I'm relatively new to mailing lists and Internet, and my eyes
film over after relatively short exposure to the RFCs, so I ain't read all
the relevant ones yet.
   -- Steve