mel jacobson on thu 26 jul 01
DOES ANYONE, ANYONE, KNOW WHO HAS DONE THIS?
IT IS A CLAYARTER, THAT HAS SET THEIR MAIL.
Subject: Fwd: Portugaise message translation
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Thanks, but I had it translated much earlier. Someone on the list has
their email forwarded to an email address that is changing their domain
name. Until whoever it is that has their mail forwarded figures this out
or the domain drops all messages to the old domain name, that email error
message will go to each and every poster to clayart. Sorry to say, but
there is no way for me to find out who has their mail forwarded. If I
could tell who is forwarding their mail I could just drop that account.
Sorry, but their is nothing I can find to do to fix this. I am still
John L. Mottl
The American Ceramic Society
735 Ceramic Place
Westerville, OH 43081
Minnetonka, Minnesota, U.S.A.
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pammyam on thu 26 jul 01
This is only a partial help for only a few, but I use
Outlook Express and I have blocked that sender. With the
message highlighted in the Inbox, I click on Tools/Block
I would guess that many other email programs have a similar
I don't suppose there is a means for the List
receiver/administrator to do something similar...?
Earl Brunner on thu 26 jul 01
How 'bout we send out a notice that we are going to change the address
of clayart and then do it? You would weed out all the dead wood that
way. You could make it an annual event or something.
Ok, Ok, It was just an idea. (I don't need to spend a week and a half
reading reasons why it's a BAD idea. :)
mel jacobson wrote:
> DOES ANYONE, ANYONE, KNOW WHO HAS DONE THIS?
> IT IS A CLAYARTER, THAT HAS SET THEIR MAIL.
> Subject: Fwd: Portugaise message translation
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"
> Status: U
> Sorry to say, but
> there is no way for me to find out who has their mail forwarded. If I
> could tell who is forwarding their mail I could just drop that account.
> Sorry, but their is nothing I can find to do to fix this. I am still
> looking however.
> John L. Mottl
> Network Administrator
> The American Ceramic Society
> 735 Ceramic Place
> Westerville, OH 43081
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