On Thu, 05 Jan 1995 00:14:01 +0200, Masataka Ohta said:
As long as we have
one server which is not 8-bit clean, then you can never assume that
you can just-send-8.
Sure. At the same time, as long as someone has 8-bit clean servers
on all the mail pathes, then he can assume that he can just-send-8.
So, I'm afraid your statement is completely meaningless.
From the headers of Mastaka's mail:
Received: from [220.127.116.11] by dimacs.rutgers.edu (5.59/SMI4.0/RU1.5/3.08)
id AA02477; Wed, 4 Jan 95 10:25:57 EST
Received: by necom830.cc.titech.ac.jp (5.65+/necom-mx-rg); Thu, 5 Jan 95
(btw - the PTR entry pointing from 18.104.22.168 to necom830 seems to be
necom830 makes connections all over the world.
The Internet has a *LOT* of non-8-bit-clean mailers -- probably over a million
of them. Literally.
You can't just blindly invert logic like that - if it could, *your* statement
would be completely meaningless as well.
Computer Systems Engineer