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03/10/11 04:05:30 (3 years ago)
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  • Ticket #16805, comment 4

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    3 I do not think it is about what the majority of WordPress users expect/host supports. I am not trying to open up a can of worms, but if it was about what users expect/host supports than we wouldn't have WordPress default to wordpress@hostname.com for things like the registration e-mail. 
     3I do not think it is about what the majority of WordPress users expect/host supports. I am not trying to open up a can of worms, but if it was about what users expect/host supports than we wouldn't have WordPress default to wordpress@ hostname.com for things like the registration e-mail. 
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    5 Sending an e-mail from wordpress@hostname.com is no more user friendly than sending it from wordpress@www.hostname.com or removing all subdomains by default and always sending it from wordpress@hostname.com. 
     5Sending an e-mail from wordpress@ hostname.com is no more user friendly than sending it from wordpress@ www.hostname.com or removing all subdomains by default and always sending it from wordpress@ hostname.com. 
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    77Again, I'm not trying to open this discussion up to that particular discussion. I am just trying to make a point that the handling isn't related to what users expect/hosts support.