[Mailman-Users] More info on domain name munging

Bill DeVos watcher at stercomm.com
Tue Feb 29 17:55:56 CET 2000

  Please notice in the cut of my confirmation below that although the body
of the message contains the addresses as I want them all to be, the
headers addresses have been altered to unusable addresses.  I can't
imagine that this is being done by any mailer and if I alter the addresses
to what they are in the body they work just fine.
  I hope this information makes it easier to determine the problem.

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Python -- confirmation of subscription -- request 828536

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