# User talk:Ale2006

Welcome!

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## Email forwarding

Hi Ale

Thanks for your notes on Email forwarding. This whole area confuses me not a little as a user (I have little experience of the internals), so it seems like we need to clarify things. Re filters, I think of clients like Thunderbird and Eudora, which as I understand it function on the client. The other cases relate to Unix-style ~/.forward files, which exist definitely in userspace and achieve forwarding -- but whether as the local user or as the local sendmail daemon -- I know not.

I find your English excellent: I haven't "amended" as much as edited for style -- a personal thing.

Hope this helps.

-- Pedant17 (talk) 00:49, 15 December 2007 (UTC)

## Domain name system

Hi. "Return-Path" is a header added by many delivery agents with the contents of the envelope from. Doesn't SPF operate on the envelope from, not on the nonstandard Return-Path? jhawkinson (talk) 14:51, 23 February 2008 (UTC)

Yes, you're quite right, 2821 (and 821) did clearly standardize Return-Path. I'm not sure why I thought it was simply an implementation convention and not a standard, but I was definitely wrong. Sorry about that. jhawkinson (talk) 18:40, 2 April 2008 (UTC)

## Liouville number

Hi! First of all, sorry for my English. Now, why ${\displaystyle L=\bigcap \limits _{n=1}^{\infty }U_{n}\setminus {\mathbb {Q} }}$ is G-delta? Let ${\displaystyle A=\bigcap \limits _{n=1}^{\infty }U_{n}}$; Q is an F-sigma set so Qc is G-delta and ${\displaystyle A\setminus Q=A\cap Q^{c}}$ is G-delta as an intersection of two G-delta sets. By definition, Lc is a meagre set. Best, 4@ 08:14, 24 March 2008 (UTC)

Hi! By Meagre set#Definition we have that L is comeagre so Lc must be meagre. Am I wrong? It is possible, I might have confused definitions. If I am not wrong maybe this phrase from the article confuses you: "...and it follows that is a dense G-delta set, since its complement is a meagre set" - if so, it should be rephrased. Maybe "... and it follows its complement is a meagre set". Best, 4@ 11:04, 3 April 2008 (UTC)
Good idea! I think that your changes will improve the text. And how much of the topological idea of "bigness" - it is borrowed from Oxtoby's book quoted in the Reference section. Do as you please. Best, 4@ 12:42, 5 April 2008 (UTC)

## Merging Reduction (philosophy) and Reductionism

Hi Ale -- Thanks for your helpful comments. See my response on the Reduction (philosophy) talk page Perhaps we can get a good discussion/resolution going. BTW, the notion that people and animals might be deterministic automatons is a persistent theme in the novels of Kurt Vonnegut.--Foobarnix (talk) 22:29, 30 March 2011 (UTC)

Re your message: Feel free to create the disambiguation page. The page that I deleted way back then was about a non-notable wrestler created under the wrong article naming convention. -- Gogo Dodo (talk) 18:24, 10 June 2011 (UTC)

Hi, I'm afraid I've trimmed this disambiguation page quite radically - on the style guideline for disambiguation pages, it says "On a page called Title, do not create entries merely because Title is part of the name (see Wikipedia:Disambiguation#Partial title matches)." It's still ok to have the page as there are a couple of entries that refer to things called, simply, Stockade, but I've removed most of the other entries. --BelovedFreak 10:20, 22 June 2011 (UTC)

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## Speedy deletion nomination of Otto Wiener (physicist)

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### status

As reviewing administrator, I of course removed he speedy tag; the ed. who placed it apparently either did not realize there was a p. in the deWP, or did not bother to check it, nor use some common sense either. But really, it would have been far better to translate over a little more of it. At the least, I sometimes just copy over the references, even without translation. It's the best protection against people making such errors. If you're not going to do more let me know, because ass you know he's a famous person, & I will do it. DGG ( talk ) 16:41, 12 November 2011 (UTC)

## STD 72

Also added on John Klensin and on Internet Standards, after all it's the last real three maturity levels STD. –89.204.152.52 (talk) 10:14, 16 November 2011 (UTC) (Frank)

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## Email

I read the note you left on my talk page, I think they should be different page for free mail providers and a link to other pages, because you have Outlook, Gmail, Yahoo mail ect... and I appreciate your concern. Thank You :) FockeWulf FW 190 (talk) 19:32, 24 August 2013 (UTC)FockeWulf FW 190FockeWulf FW 190 (talk) 19:32, 24 August 2013 (UTC) and have a nice day.

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