Yeah. . .actually, it's still happening. And not only am I downloading
messages from KAIWAN's newsserver, but from AT&T's server and still get
messages rejected because they have no Message-ID header. I thought it
might be SOUPER's fault (I'm using the Windoze'95 version) but I
would've noticed on the other packets I download for other users
(multiple accounts, multiple users.)
>I also don't think that such messages would be propagated to other servers.
They are. . .don't know how, and since I don't get a chance to check the
message headers, I can't tell how it is that he/she/it is getting away
with it. =-(
>Are the messages in question maybe from a mailing list?
I really doubt it, but again, see my reply above. The last part, I
>Kirk Davies <Kirk.Davies@pobox.com> Electronic Adventurer, etc.
> "Boldly going where angels fear to tread."
BTW, above I said something about multiple accounts. I have one with
KAIWAN and one with AT&T. As of right now, I've created different
directories so that I can keep different CONFIG files and when a reply
goes out, the correct From: header is added to the message. I wish
there was a way to configure multiple accounts and that Yarn would ask
one which From: header it should use. That would really make it easier
to handle the e-mail from the two different accounts. I think! =-)
-- Altzheimers is very ... ah ... umm ... I forget!