[78-L] Actually this should be Success

Thomas Stern sternth at attglobal.net.invalid
Thu May 22 18:44:23 PDT 2014

Does NOT seem to let you modify the address once it has been pasted into the
TO field.
The first success message you sent does NOT have the .invalid, would be much
more useful....

-----Original Message-----
From: 78-l-bounces at klickitat.78online.com
[mailto:78-l-bounces at klickitat.78online.com] On Behalf Of Ron Fial
Sent: Thursday, May 22, 2014 9:33 PM
To: 78-L at 78online.com
Subject: [78-L] Actually this should be Success

FORGOT  something, now it should show .invalid

You will note that this message has a 
From:  header that says:     ron at fial.com.invalid.

For example, stephen at yahoo.com sends the list an email, it is changes to
From: stephen at yahoo.com.invalid That mail looks like its from the 'invalid'
  which is a domain name that is not allowed on the Internet.

Hopefully this fixes the problem that started on April 15
  with  Yahoo then spread to msn, hotmail, live.com  etc.
  in early May.

Everybody receiving emails and reading the web archive can still see who
originated each mail.  Remove the .invalid to reply directly to the sender.

I am crossing my fingers that this is a 'good' fix.

    Ron Fial   78-L list manager 

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