Re: Offlist from an unexisting address?
> That's what I thought.... . . .So much for Yahoo's statement on the "reply" page that "If you reply
to the message author . . ., your email address will be displayed in
the message you send." Gosh, what's the world coming to if Yahoo's
bright red "Warning" can't be trusted to be true? :-)
> to get infected by a . . . personalized worm capable of sendingHmmmmm. Oh well, I'll skip the Baudelarian or other speculations
> informed . . . .
about the extent to which parasite organisms can influence their
hosts' behaviors and even thinking. To cut to the chase: my address
at the U -- which Yahoo's web page even now is showing in full and is
saying will be displayed -- is tritt002@...; and my address
here in Yahoo is michaltrittipo@....
I'll be incommunicado most of the day, as I'm taking my younger
daughter off to her first day of college away from us. (I've been
nearly incommunicado much of the past couple of days, actually. We
were safe from Blaster, but Welchia managed to infect a machine
*inside* the network, so . . .. :-( Well, it's the first in four
years or more to get by, so it's a lesson learned in the next step of
security to roll out here.