On Wed, Jul 08, 1998 at 04:18:22PM -0700, Professional Software Engineering
| if sender is the same as the receiver then it's spam
Might work for you, but it is also a technique for "personal" mailing lists
- say your good buddy is sending out jokes to all his friends (not on a
Been there, done that. :)
On a more serious note, another reason not to arbitrarily block messages that
are to and from the same person is that if you run any cron jobs that mail the
results back to you, or do other automated system admin type stuff that sends
email to you, more than likely that mail is gonna be from you. You certainly
don't want to bounce that.
Sarah - Doctor, you're being a child.
The Doctor - Why shouldn't I? There's no point in being an adult if you can't
act childish now and then. Dr. Who
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