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Date: Tue, 29 Jul 1997 20:11:11 -0700
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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: list server defaults, and privacy
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If you want to reply privately to the sender,
then post a public request for same, with
your own email address, telephone number,
or fax number.  I would prefer that list
servers default to suppressing the sender's
address, and allow this default to be
overridden.  For me, it is a question of
changing defaults, and trying it for a while,
so people can get used to the new server

I regard the current defaults in list servers
to encourage privacy violations.

Clearly, if someone does not want their email
address to get passed around, there ought to
be better ways of making that possible,
and enforceable.

Think about it from that point of view!

/s/ Paul Mitchell

At 12:53 PM 7/29/97 -0800, you wrote:
>Most people are learning about Bcc: but omitting the sender's address from 
>list mail is not a good idea. You want people to be able to reply via 
>private email to the sender and not spam the entire list.
>Use of Bcc: does not prevent a spook from intercepting the addresses 
>during transmission.
>Constitution Society, 1731 Howe Av #370, Sacramento, CA 95825
>916/568-1022, 916/450-7941VM         Date: 07/29/97  Time: 12:53:32
>http://www.constitution.org/         mailto:jon.roland@the-spa.com

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