Or, as I suggested privately, send a [log in to unmask] message with
body "review LIST" and if the list isn't private it will return a message
to you with the recipients and you can check which address is listed.
Example, if you
you will see that you show as:
[log in to unmask] Thomas McLeod
ETS Client Services
CALS Information Technology Office
University of Vermont, Burlington
On Fri, 18 May 2007, Scott Dellinger wrote:
> On May 18, 2007, at 11:14 AM, Thomas McLeod wrote:
>> Yes, old ways die hard . . . but the message source doesn't contain the
>> actual smtp address, just the list name. Also, these lists aren't showing
>> up in my account at list.uvm.edu. - Thomas
> The recipient address doesn't show up for me, either. I'm not actually sure
> why it does for Frank (he showed me, so I know it's really there...).
> Through what I consider a design flaw that should have been fixed years ago,
> LISTSERV has no mechanism for recognizing that multiple addresses can map to
> the same email account. Thus you may need to log into list.uvm.edu using
> each of your possible mailing addresses, seeing what list subscriptions it
> shows for each.
> Scott Dellinger
> Systems Architecture & Administration,
> The University of Vermont