On Monday, August 09, 2010 06:52:04 pm Steve Atkins wrote:
On Aug 9, 2010, at 3:13 PM, Scott Kitterman wrote:
This assumes mail from MLMs is treated differently than other mail.
While individual users may (and probably do) treat it differently,
receivers of non- trivial scale don't and can't.
I agree, in general.
One implication of that is that if you're planning to do something with
email that will break if there's a MLM involved, it's broken.
 We could call this "The SRS lemma".
Yes. It's very similar.
One needs to decide what factors one cares about the most. I said a few
threads ago that I don't think there is a completely satisfactory solution. I
think the possibilities are roughly:
1. Fix lists so that signatures survive.
2. Have MLMs change the domain of the message.
3. Have mail get rejected/discarded/etc.
There are variants of all three possibilities, but none that will satisfy
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