On October 18, 2016 2:27:09 AM EDT, Ruga <r...@protonmail.com> wrote:
>Yes, you can prefix a quoted string to the actual address. No, the
>quoted string is not part of the address.


>There are two approaches here: one is to defend the spammer's abuse of
>the standard (intended to trick the average Joe into believing they
>have received mail from someone else), and the other is to read the

I think you are the one with reading comprehension problems if you are still 
implying my example violates the standard.



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