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Re: 1.5.5-1: fprintf(stdout, ...) writes to serial port when used by apcupsd

At 07:57 AM 10/28/2003, Alexander Schremmer you wrote:
>On Tue, 28 Oct 2003 12:03:24 +0100, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
>> On Tue, Oct 28, 2003 at 10:41:02AM +0100, Alexander Schremmer wrote:
>>> /---- [JFYI - Sending mail to] -------------------\
>>> | <>:                                               |
>>> | Sorry, no mailbox here by that name. (#5.1.1)                       |
>>> \---------------------------------------------------------------------/
>> This is intended.  Please keep replies on list.  Don't send private email.
>but why does Christopher Faylor send his reply to my address as well? 

So that you get his response.  People sending email to this list don't
*have* to be subscribed, though it's encouraged.  If you prefer to have
replies go to the list and not to you, set the "Reply-To" field to the 
cygwin list.  That'll handle it.

>why doesn't he use something like *@*.invalid but breaks RFC by supplying
>an syntactically correct but not connected address?

Chris set the "Reply-To" field.  This is appropriate to allow clients to 
infer the poster's intent and route any replies appropriately.  I don't
know how gmane works in this regard however.  You may need to talk with
gmane folks to figure this out.

>How about creating an auto-responder This situation is
>rather confusing.

Sorry, it's not intended to be.  However, now that I pointed out the 
"Reply-To" field, I expect that helps.  No?  If not, don't reply to me.
You'll be confused again. ;-)

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