1993-05-27 - Questionable instances?

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From: Kyle Jones <postmaster@uunet.uu.net>
To: Eric Hughes <hughes@soda.berkeley.edu>
Message Hash: 08532a9083e0c00ce1955bd835f5e172eebeed97cbdf07bd82bf94b36467b9e3
Message ID: <9305271743.AA04028@wendy-fate.UU.NET>
Reply To: <9305261805.AA03358@wendy-fate.UU.NET>
UTC Datetime: 1993-05-27 17:44:09 UTC
Raw Date: Thu, 27 May 93 10:44:09 PDT

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From: Kyle Jones <postmaster@uunet.uu.net>
Date: Thu, 27 May 93 10:44:09 PDT
To: Eric Hughes <hughes@soda.berkeley.edu>
Subject: Questionable instances?
In-Reply-To: <9305261805.AA03358@wendy-fate.UU.NET>
Message-ID: <9305271743.AA04028@wendy-fate.UU.NET>
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Eric Hughes writes:
 > > I can only assume that the bounce came to you becasue the
 > > cpypherpounk list isn't set to make bounces go to the list
 > > maintainer.  
 > This is the first of these messages we've had for six months, as the
 > bounce messages do in fact go back to the maintainer, me, quite
 > regularly.  I get on the order of 300-400 per week, since often a bad
 > address will queue up mail for a few days before bouncing it all.

If that's so, then it must be that the stupid transport software
at AT&T is ignoring the envelope sender information.