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Re: anonymous contact ser
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Uu> Apologies for replying on the list....
That's OK with me. This probably answers some questions for a few
Uu> Here's why. I can't reply directly to your message, as some gateway on
Uu> the way barfs on the ".." in your name. This seems to come and go.
Uu> This is probably also what screws up anon.penet.fi.
This is extremely interesting! This "problem" was supposedly fixed some
time ago, but this is why I have alternate accounts elsewhere with more
common names. In any event, I will pass this information along to the
> repl: bad addresses:
> "M. Stirner" <[email protected]> -- no mailbox in
> local-part (.)
This is yet another problem that was supposedly repaired - it should
read [email protected], but a curious glitch in the BBS
reply software that handles conversions of mailings to conferences &
automatic routing of replies periodically enters all zeroes in the "f" &
"n" fields. I will pass this along, also.
Uu> Another problem is that your address keeps changing. Thus you have
Uu> several ID's on anon.penet.fi, some with passwords, some without. Your
Uu> message was from [email protected], but in your sinature
Uu> you claim you are also [email protected] (or
Yes, the zeros are wrong & were inserted by software out of my control.
I also have different addresses, true enough, but there is no f0.n0.z1
in fido; that address is a software error. I suspect it'll be on this
STILL....the problem I have is not addressed: I cannot make a
multi-line header (as in the required "X-Anon-Password: password" line)
work through this UUCP gate, as far as I can tell. I have been
attempting to route my mail to the penet remailer via other cypherpunks
remailers with the syntax:
Request-Remailing-To: [email protected]
From: [email protected]
But I am not sure if the cypherpunk remailer's address conflicts with my
From: field or not - I _think_ it does. If so, I cannot use password
header lines unless anon.penet.fi can handle having blank lines between
the header fields:
To: [email protected]
From: [email protected]
The above header will pass the UUCP gate here. Without the blank lines,
the header gets grunged after the To: [email protected] line.
. Thank you for your personal attention to this vexing problem.
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M. Stirner - via FidoNet node 1:125/1
INTERNET: [email protected]