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'[TO] Mail from the future.'
2000\01\20@154734 by Keith Causey

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Am I the only one who is getting mail from the future? It's screwing up my
mail reader!
(I'm getting letters date-stamped 2001 - you'll find that rather difficult
without your helmet Dave)

2000\01\20@160457 by Wagner Lipnharski

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There is an easy way to correct them:  DELETE key.

Keith Causey wrote:
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> Am I the only one who is getting mail from the future? It's screwing up my
> mail reader!
> (I'm getting letters date-stamped 2001 - you'll find that rather difficult
> without your helmet Dave)

2000\01\20@164447 by Terry A. Steen

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Wow... what is mail from the future like? Is it 3-D?

At 12:46 PM 1/20/2000 -0700, you wrote:
>Am I the only one who is getting mail from the future? It's screwing up my
>mail reader!
>(I'm getting letters date-stamped 2001 - you'll find that rather difficult
>without your helmet Dave)
>
>
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2000\01\20@172209 by Don McKenzie

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"Terry A. Steen" wrote:
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> Wow... what is mail from the future like? Is it 3-D?

My problem is I send mail in the future.
For instance this was sent on the 21st of Jan, and when I check the
archives, it says the 20th.
I guess I'm one of the culptits. It doesn't seem to be in 3-D however.
How does one tell?

Don McKenzie    .....donKILLspamspam@spam@dontronics.com      http://www.dontronics.com

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2000\01\20@172415 by Anton van Straaten

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> Wow... what is mail from the future like? Is it 3-D?

In the future, string theory has been proven to be correct, so the universe
is known to have 11 dimensions.  E-mail, therefore, is usually 6D, unless
you're using Outlook 2001, which uses a proprietary, 4D RTF format.  This is
a hangover from shortly after the Justice Department-mandated splitup of
Microsoft, into a passel of companies which became known as "Baby Ballmers",
named after the CEO at the time of the split.

Another pertinent fact about the future is that James Newton's proposal for
the use of [TO] to mark offtopic messages has become an international
standard, as embodied in RFC-70223.  This innovation is widely credited as
having directly contributed to the onset of the so-called "worldwide mailing
list peace", as list members everywhere, finally having a standard to adhere
to, began consistently labelling their offtopic posts.

A persistent urban legend about the [TO] proposal actually having been due
to a mishap with a spellchecker, are considered little more than a
mean-spirited attempt to sully the name of a widely-celebrated and legendary
moderator.  These baseless myths are unlikely to affect the Nobel
committee's deliberations in Stockholm this year.


> {Original Message removed}

2000\01\20@173913 by Harold M Hallikainen

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On Thu, 20 Jan 2000 12:46:49 -0700 Keith Causey <ffightspamKILLspamGEOCITIES.COM>
writes:
> Am I the only one who is getting mail from the future? It's screwing
> up my
> mail reader!
> (I'm getting letters date-stamped 2001 - you'll find that rather
> difficult
> without your helmet Dave)


       Didn't we just celebrate the start of the new millennium, which starts
in 2001?

Harold


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2000\01\20@212840 by Adam Mead

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Yeah.. me too
I think I even saw one in the 'Y2K has anyone seen anything real?' thread.

Oh well

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