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If you sent me a letter through the post office but somehow the wrong
return addres ended up on the envelope I'd still get the letter but my
reply would go astray. That's what is happening. Your address is:
sidmill.edu but somehow the return address has been changed:
sidmil. where it is supposed to be: @nsn.scs.unr.edu instead I
find @domain.com which is apparently a valid address. I keep ketting rude
letters from the people at domain.com because they don't want your
letter. Their response suggests that while your User ID was entered into
the program you use to read and write your mail your address was not and
so an example address DOMAIN (which for you is the "nsn.scs.unr" part) .COM
(which for you is the ".edu" part) was used.
You need to talk to your computer specialist who will know exactly where
to go to change DOMAIN.COM into NSN.SCS.UNR.EDU in Eudora or Pine or
Windows Terminal, or whatever program you are using to read this.
I'm sending this reply to the Getty list and to you at the "Reply To"
address on your letter. You should get two copies if your address is
correct But I expect you'll only get one. Look up above, at the top, in
the address header where you will see your name and the getty's name
together. You'll see that your address was thought to be at DOMAIN.COM by
everyone here on the Getty Listserv.
Would some one be kind enough to verify this by writing Sidnie at