On Wed, 03 Jul 2002 20:25:21 PDT, Dave Crocker said:
One does not need any history of fax to note the likelihood of the
one-to-one case being dominant. One might even suspect that it is inherent.
It's dominant/inherent because nobody's figured out how to make a fax machine
talk to a conference call.
On the other hand, remember that the *SENDER* here is going to be in the
e-mail world - and people are *used* to putting half the known world into
the cc: list (heck, I had to trim *this* message's list by at least 3 or
I'll give it 15 minutes, tops, before the first user tries to send to more
than 5 recipients at once. Under an hour before the first time that more
than one recipient is at the same destination....
Computer Systems Senior Engineer