[ntp:questions] NTP server near Houston?

Ron Frazier (NTP) timekeepingntplist at techstarship.com
Tue Jun 5 00:00:20 UTC 2012

David Woolley <david at ex.djwhome.demon.invalid> wrote:

>Ron Frazier (NTP) wrote:
>> I don't understand the statement in your email address regarding
>blacklists.  Since it is necessary to hit "reply all" in order to post
>to this message list, it is expected that said replies will be going to
>all the addresses in the message header.  Why would anything be added
>to a black list?
>For many people, this is not a mailing list, but the news group 
>news:comp.protocols.time.ntp.  There is some argument about which came 
>first, but they are gatewayed together.  The article you are referring 
>to was posted via usenet (actually using groups.google).
>Also, traditionally, it was bad etiquette to reply all to a mailing
>  without deleting the direct reply address.  Unfortunately, that, and 
>the taboo on cross posting, seem to have been lost.

Hi David,

I access the list through email, and I don't know how the news server or the gateway operates exactly.  Most mailing lists I'm on will send the reply to the list if I just hit reply.  This one, however, sends the reply to the original poster.  So, the only way I can send to the list is to hit reply all.  I'm glad to delete the original poster's name if that's what I'm supposed to, but I thought it was being put there intentionally.  I don't like the idea of my email address getting blacklisted if I forget to delete the original name however.




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Ron Frazier
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