Clearer way to pass addresses as data over TCP Messengers

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Issue #32 resolved
James Powell repo owner created an issue

Current way of using Reply Message is easy to forget, Better if there was an Address-Message or API to make it easier to discover.

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  1. Richard Thomas

    As a note, we use TCP Messages for cross-network comms and simply store the reply address from within the first registration message in a dedicated VAT (1-to-n system). For our perspective, there’s no issue here with needing to improve the API.

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