Bug#5296: elm screws up return addresses
That is really wierd! It looks like your message somehow got part of MY
e-mail address in it. I am the only one posting from bones.et.byu.edu; any
ideas how that could occur? Maybe you were reading a message from me(??),
and somehow elm was using corrupted memory when building the From header?
Were you responding to something I wrote? I am just curious how my address
got mixed with yours...
Erik B. Andersen Web: http://www.et.byu.edu/~andersee/
2485 South State St. email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Springville, Ut 84663 phone: (801) 489-1231
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David Engel wrote:
> Package: elm
> Version: 2.4pl25-5
> The current elm screws up return addresses. For example, a message
> I sent to debian-devel earlier today had the following From: line in
> From: "David Engel" <email@example.com>
> It should have looked like the one in this message.
> Downgrading to elm-2.4pl25-2 fixes the problem.
> David Engel Optical Data Systems, Inc.
> firstname.lastname@example.org 1001 E. Arapaho Road
> (972) 234-6400 Richardson, TX 75081
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