[time-nuts] No Echo

Robert Vassar rvassar at rob-vassar.com
Fri Feb 22 17:41:43 EST 2008

In Apple Mail use "View -> Message -> Long Headers".

FWIW Here's the relevant section on Sylvain's reply:

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It would appear there was an overall delay of 21 seconds in this  



On Feb 15, 2008, at 4:44 PM, Sylvain RICHARD wrote:

> Neville Michie wrote:
>> Sorry for the double mailing,
>> I find it very disconcerting to not have my contributions sent back
>> to me.
>> I mail a response, but it seems not to have been sent, or there is a
>> big delay.
>> When I go to the archives I find it was sent but I did not get a  
>> copy.
>> Even when I list myself under Cc.
>> cheers, Neville Michie
> I suggest you read the headers of the messages you receive from the
> list. You seem to be using Apple Mail, so I cannot give precise
> instructions.
> Best regards
> Sylvain RICHARD
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