Tuesday, July 27, 2004

Why am I getting email not addressed to me? - answer may be:
Blind carbon copying or "Bcc" can be useful if you are creating a mailing list, and you wish to ensure that the address of each of your recipients is kept private from the others. So a mailer can set the "To" header to be anything he or she wishes. He or she can then silently tell the mail server, by using the "Bcc," who the actual recipients are. Unfortunately, this feature can also be used by spammers for illegitimate purposes ...
the "To" header on messages (the line that normally contains your e-mail address, assuming it's a legitimate message) does not really determine where the message gets delivered. What does determine the recipient of the message is a command (or commands, if there are multiple recipients) sent to the mail server telling it where to send the mail. Unfortunately, these commands are ultimately hidden from the recipient's view, and do not show up anywhere in the mail headers once the message is finally delivered.
My next camera may be.(
- too expensive!) .. News regarding Minolta's 7 D DSLR - Will use "A Mount lenses" - Pricing about as Canon EOS 10D, Nikon D100, etc. 6 Megapixel CCD APS-C sized CCD 1.5x focal factor Dynax 7 Layout Minolta A Mount Anti-Shake - 6 Megapixels, This is comparable with other models in this sector of the market. - APS-C sized sensor and 1.5x Focal Factor, a smaller CCD than the 35mm film size it extends the focal length by a factor of 1.5x, thus a 28mm lens becomes a 42mm and a 300mm becomes a 450mm. The Minolta A mount was introduced in 1985 and continues today. The product will become available in October, should there be any delays in development and testing this will be moved into early November. http://www.photo.net/bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg?msg_id=008U15 -- The Maxxum 7000 was the very first body integrated auto focus SLR and was introduced in '85+
First came MSNbot, Microsoft's Web-spidering content bot that is part of its new MSN search initiative. Now, MSN is powering its media partner MSNBC's beta test of Newsbot, a customized search-driven news service. http://www.internetnews.com/ec-news/print.php/3386471