Email access, again

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#1
Rex,

the other reagrding this problem was badly mangled (email adresses
missing and such). Somewhere there is software involved that's much to
clever for its own good.

This is what I wrote, with email adresses obfuscated now:

I stiil get all emails from the forum

From: "JP Software Forums" <neil at jpsoft.com>"

with a

From: MLK <tc_support at jpsoft.com>
Reply-To: tc_support at jpsoft.com

Since my email reader (OE) is uncapable to create a rule for "reply to"
or "From: MLK", all emails end up in an existing folder for Neil (neil
at jpsoft.com).

This is _very_ frustrating. I feel there was no need to change a system
into which many of us had invested a lot of time to create rules to sort
JP's forum emails into the appropriate folders.

Mails before the change had e.g.

From: Charles Dye <tc_support at jpsoft.com>
Reply-To: tc_support at psoft.com

"From: MLK" was missing

Something went clearly wrong IMHO. Could you _please_ revert _soon_ to
the old system, where readers like OE could sort your forum emails? Or
install newsgroup access?

Mit freundlichem Gruß,

Klaus Meinhard
 
#2
Rex,

the email problem is partly solved now. Instead of only one


> From: "JP Software Forums" <neil at jpsoft.com>"
header each email now has ttwo:

From: "JP Software Forums" <neil at jpsoft.com>
Auto-Submitted: auto-generated
Message-ID: <20080927213607.a5742b31970d at www.jpsoft.com>
Date: Sat, 27 Sep 2008 16:36:07 -0500
From: BillMc <tc_support at jpsoft.com>
Reply-To: tc_support at jpsoft.com

The second From: header seems to supercede the first and allows OE to
sort the messages into their folders. I don't know how other readers
will react to two different "From." headers.

Thanks nonetheless, however, for the fix.

Mit freundlichem Gruß,

Klaus Meinhard
 
May 30, 2008
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#3
2008/9/28 JP Software Forums <neil@jpsoft.com>:

> The second From: header seems to supercede the first and allows OE to
> sort the messages into their folders. I don't know how other readers
> will react to two different "From." headers.
>
> Thanks nonetheless, however, for the fix.
This does not allow gmail to sort properly. Please fix properly, to
generate well-formed emails (with a single from header).
Paul.