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Why is it that in outlook, when I get an email from mail man that it puts;
listname-bounces at hostname.com on behalf of ME [myemail at hostname.com]

Shouldn't it just be the listname? Or if this is normal can someone explain
it to me. I've been left with this duty of figuring out every odd and end
of mailman to tell my managers and they don't like the fact that it does
this. Not that it matters to any of you but. ya.. hah anyways, any help is
much appreciated.



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  • Mark Sapiro at Feb 21, 2006 at 7:24 pm

    Jonathan Larsen wrote:
    Why is it that in outlook, when I get an email from mail man that it puts;
    listname-bounces at hostname.com on behalf of ME [myemail at hostname.com]

    Shouldn't it just be the listname? Or if this is normal can someone explain
    it to me. I've been left with this duty of figuring out every odd and end
    of mailman to tell my managers and they don't like the fact that it does
    this.

    In that case, you should probably familiarize yourself with the FAQ and
    the archives of this list.

    The answer to your specific question is in FAQ 2.3

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  • Patrick Bogen at Feb 21, 2006 at 9:55 pm
    Install Thunderbird and tell him it's a code name for a new Outlook beta.
    On 2/21/06, Mark Sapiro wrote:
    Jonathan Larsen wrote:
    Why is it that in outlook, when I get an email from mail man that it puts;
    listname-bounces at hostname.com on behalf of ME [myemail at hostname.com]

    Shouldn't it just be the listname? Or if this is normal can someone explain
    it to me. I've been left with this duty of figuring out every odd and end
    of mailman to tell my managers and they don't like the fact that it does
    this.

    In that case, you should probably familiarize yourself with the FAQ and
    the archives of this list.

    The answer to your specific question is in FAQ 2.3

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  • Todd Zullinger at Feb 21, 2006 at 7:34 pm

    Jonathan Larsen wrote:
    Why is it that in outlook, when I get an email from mail man that it puts;
    listname-bounces at hostname.com on behalf of ME [myemail at hostname.com]
    See FAQ 2.3: From field displayed by Microsoft Outlook

    http://www.python.org/cgi-bin/faqw-mm.py?req=show&file=faq02.003.htp
    Shouldn't it just be the listname? Or if this is normal can someone
    explain it to me. I've been left with this duty of figuring out
    every odd and end of mailman to tell my managers and they don't like
    the fact that it does this. Not that it matters to any of you but.
    ya.. hah anyways, any help is much appreciated.
    What's the polite way to tell a manger that Outlook is shit and MS
    insists on making life difficult for those who use their products?

    :-)

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