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<font size="+1">I have an AOL email address and they <b>do not</b>
strip the links on the bottom of my emails. Steve kb1chu</font><br>
<div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 06/17/2016 10:36 PM, Nate Bargmann
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<pre wrap="">* On 2016 17 Jun 21:33 -0500, Dan Smith wrote:
<pre wrap="">As best I can tell, Rick configured his email client to forward any
message he received from the list back to the list, forming a loop,
which is where the thousands of mails came from. I'm guessing he did
this because he couldn't figure out how to unsubscribe, which seems to
be incredibly pervasive with AOL users (don't ask me why).
I've never been on AOL, but I wonder if their mail client strips the
links appended to the bottom of each message?