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Date: Wed, 30 Jul 1997 05:46:33 -0700
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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLF: email and privacy -- a voluntary program

Hello Ken,

Good question!  I don't know of any,
but this is definitely worth a closer

I use the U.S. Mail analogy:  there is
nothing to prevent you from sending
someone a note with no return address --
inside or out.

We should also have that option in all
email software as well!

I think that TOTAL PRIVACY should be the
default, which the user relaxes at will,
with easy tools to do so.

/s/ Paul Mitchell

At 02:29 AM 7/30/97, you wrote:
>On Tue, 29 Jul 1997 07:00:47 -0700, Paul Andrew Mitchell wrote:
>>As part of this program, we are also recommending
>>that list server software be modified, so that
>>the sender's email address is NOT displayed in
>>messages which are distributed to everyone on
>>any given email list.  This feature of list servers
>>would be the "default," which could be changed
>>by the user, but ONLY by the user.
>  Hi Paul.
>  Is there a way to keep the sender's field empty as well without
>having to purchase special software. :-)
>- K -
>Ken Wilson
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