For those of us that feel strongly that email should be a reliable transport medium.
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Tue Feb 10 21:50:52 GMT 2004
On Tue, 2004-02-10 at 16:33, Julian Field wrote:
> How about yet another configuration option:
> This would just apply to the spam "bounce" action. It would be a
> configuration option called something like "Enable Spam Bounces".
> Maybe the default configuration should point to a ruleset that defaults to
> no but has a sample line in it which switches it on for *@yourcustomer.com.
> The ruleset would have a strongly worded header at the top explaining why
> you shouldn't use it. But I would have to document the "bounce" action to
> make it clear why this extra configuration option existed.
> That way an administrator has to get an idea about rulesets before they can
> make this work. People wouldn't be able to turn it on by mistake.
> What do you think?
> Julian Field
That would work for me, as long as the only bounce messages that are
generated go to the admin's configured domains. It also raises the bar
by having to actually read something and understand it. :-)
"I figure if I survive this thing... I can just about do anything I
want. If I don't survive, I don't have to pay taxes anymore. So it's a
win-win situation." Brian Walker, Project RUSH - X Prize Competitor
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