Outstanding feature/fix requests?

Peter Bonivart peter at UCGBOOK.COM
Wed Mar 9 20:05:15 GMT 2005

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Eric Dantan Rzewnicki wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 07, 2005 at 12:24:53AM +0100, Peter Bonivart wrote:
>>Dan Hollis wrote:
>>>Yes, all our users are on the MS box. So you're saying it shouldn't be an
>>>option even for those MS installations which do have all accounts on the
>>>box? Because everyone doesn't have exactly the same setup, nobody should
>>>have the option?
>>I'm not in a position to either grant or deny you anything but I do
>>think you belong to a minority to have a setup like that.
>>/Peter Bonivart
> Peter,
> I just want to say that while those of you who are full time mail admins
> at large sites have more time to participate in the MailScanner
> community, there are many of us, I think, who have everything on one box
> and only have time to drop in here when MailScanner needs upgrading.
> Some of us have many other duties outside of mail. Just because we can't
> spend as much time here doesn't mean we aren't using MailScanner.

I'm not a full time mail admin either, I try hard to find time for both
MS and the rest of the stuff I'm supposed to do. It's just that dealing
with MS is so gratifying because users can really notice the difference
it makes in such an important tool that e-mail is today. Therefor I
spend my "free" time here on the list since it's not consider proper for
me to post from my company address.

Regarding the above issue Dan got a little hot but it's a non issue now
since Julian has already implemented his wish, minority or not.
Christmas comes early for some. :-)

/Peter Bonivart

--Unix lovers do it in the Sun

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