Kenn Humborg said
>> I wonder how
> the list population breaks down between Irish and non-Irish
> (for whatever defintion of 'Irish')... Colm, any guesstimates
> on how many members have country TLDs other than .ie?
Hardly a valid counter... I don't have a .ie TLD... and then there are
people working for SAP (.de), an english financial firm with a member here
which is a .uk, and so on...
Good idea though... it'd probably have to be a script in front of mailman
that takes the first "received" header out of the post and munges that. That
should pick out the ISP or first gateway the mail goes through.
Wouldn't work with my home machine though... my sendmail is registered to my
domain name, which is a .com hosted in the good ol' US... sigh.
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