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In the version of QSEND on system 22.1, with microcode 610, on LISP Machine Seven:
If I give QSEND a bad destination (but I thought "BKERNS@AI" used to work),
it just returns a string which is an error message, AFTER I type the message.
There is no clue as to how to recover without typing the whole stupid message.
(Actually, QSEND shoul;d be re-written to use ZWEI, like BUG does.)