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19th Jan 2006 | 16:30


An example of why universal accept-then-discard virus handling is bad.

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from: owdbetts
date: 20th Jan 2006 01:56 (UTC)

I have always argued that if we throw away the reliable mail delivery principle, which requires that every message must be either delivered or bounced if at all possible, we've given up on e-mail ever being truely useful again.

Sadly most of the world seems to disagree with me (or at least have different priorities).


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