Re: IEAK mail bug?

Barry Buchholz ( )
Tue, 20 May 1997 07:18:24 -0400

We saw the "reply to:" mail problem in 3.0 and 3.01. We tell each person
to go look and set this setting to their correct email address. There
doesn't seem to be a fix for this either. We put the images of the email
settings on our website to help people see what should be in the settings box.

Barry Buchholz
Mint City Internet

At 07:13 PM 5/19/97 -0400, you wrote:
>Hi Eric,
> Yes I have seen the same. This is my first time for using IEAK so I
>didn't know what to expect. This is my second week of operation so I have
>been doing most of the installs in person, just to get a feel for the user
>needs. This is something I'm writing up for the user instruction sheet,
>but I don't need extra hassles so I hope they fix it.
> Cheers, Robie
>Robie aka...
>Jim Robson, Webmaster, Owner, Operator
>The Web Place - Your Place on the Web
>Now offering Dial-up Internet Access VIA Livingston PM-3
>> From: Eric Fagan <>
>> To:
>> Subject: IEAK mail bug?
>> Date: Monday, May 19, 1997 6:35 PM
>> Hi-
>> Is anyone using IEAK 3.2? Since upping from 3.0/3.1, IEAK has been
>> leaving "" in the Reply-To field under Mail, Options, Server,
>> Advanced in the Mail & News program after installation. The normal
>> under Mail, Options, Server, is fine -- it will read "", or
>> whatever the user had specified during setup. With the above bug,
>> someone hits "reply to", it goes to "". I've had to tech out
>> every single 95 user I have for the last two months to have them manually
>> go in & change this after setup. I've hacked/edited the INS files by
>> many times & see no reference to Reply-To. When removing the refence to
>> "domain=", there's simply a "@" left in Reply-To.
>> Has anyone else seen this?
>> Eric Fagan
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