Jay Blanchard wrote:
>could actually tell me a reason why it is better this way?
>Here is the answer;
Interesting. I like the general tone of "this is the only right thing,
and we respect the opinion of anyone who differs, even though it makes
them a blithering idiot." XD
Also, one of the examples amusingly states you need to "write down the
address, delete the-" Hold on. Copy/paste, anyone?
The line near the end is the best: "One day I accidentally sent a
private, personal reply out over one of my own damn lists." Wherein it
is once again proven that all 'logical, rational' decisions are merely
subjective reactions to emotional trauma ,-).
>Also read this;
I've always been a fan of
However - it is clear, if nothing else in this thread is, that this is
not likely to change anytime soon; that there are, in fact, valid
technical and RFCish reasons for this being the case; that more
importantly, the people who run the list are vehemently, if not rabidly,
against the idea of arbitrarily screwing with message headers; and that
this is not a position you can really find *too* much fault with, in the
end. So can we stop flaming each other over mail practices and
recommence flaming each other over dba practices instead?
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