Re: Notification: message ignored

Rick Walker (
Fri, 18 Nov 1994 12:56:10 -0800


I forgot to stress that you need to change at least *one* character
in the message, or else it will still get the exact same checksum, and
it will just bounce for the second time (as it just has)...

Sorry about that,


In message <>you write: > The body of the message has a checksum matching those messages already > distributed. > > The message is included below: > ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- > >From Fri Nov 18 12:49:33 1994 > Received: from by with SMTP > ( 3.3+HPL1.1) id AA03471; Fri, 18 Nov 1994 12:49:33 > -0800 > Return-Path: <> > Received: from by with SMTP > ( 3.3+HPL1.1S) id AA00091; Fri, 18 Nov 1994 12:49:31 > -0800 > Received: from by (5.0/SMI-SVR4) > id AA05787; Fri, 18 Nov 1994 13:35:42 -0700 > Received: by (5.0/SMI-SVR4) > id AA01748; Fri, 18 Nov 1994 13:35:40 -0700 > Date: Fri, 18 Nov 1994 13:35:40 -0700 > From: (Barry Meyers-Rice) > Message-Id: <> > To: > Subject: Can of Worms > Content-Length: 1248 > > Time to make a small stink about something that maybe I should just ignore... > > > Well many readers of this list know that the International CP Society has > been making efforts to get the CPNewsletter published on a more timely basis > (and succeeding at this too). Another aspect of the plan of getting a bit > more momentum behind the ICPS has been the decision to elect officers to > the ICPS (President, VP, Secretary-Treasurer). Slightly controversial has > been the decision to involve only U.S. members in the voting process this > first election, presumably to expedite the process. > > Anyway, yesterday I received my ballot, which includes statements from the > people running for various offices. While I applaud the energy in these > developments, I have to make an observation. After I fill out this form > I'm supposed to send it to be counted, but the person I'm supposed to send > it to is running for one of the offices! I AM NOT AT ALL suggesting any > intended wrong-doing, NO NO NO. I know at some level nearly all the people > running for the offices and think they are all fine people. > > I just think the appearance of impropriety is high. > > Maybe we should send an international delegation headed by Jimmy Carter > to monitor these elections. > > Barry