Re: recent spam to this list
Julian Mehnle writes:
> No, but this again is one of these broken "e-mail vs. real world"
> analogies. You can't receive mail through such a letter box, but a
> sender address is inherently meant to be a valid address through which
> you can be contacted (among other criteria).
I can no more be contacted via the machine in that library than I can via
the letterbox. I go in there, spend five minutes sending an email and
leave, expecting any replies or bounces to go to my real address. If my
message is bounced to that box or a reply sent there it will vanish without
email@example.com (John Hasler)
Dancing Horse Hill