Re: [Asrg] Summary of junk button discussion

Jose-Marcio Martins da Cruz <Jose-Marcio.Martins@mines-paristech.fr> Sat, 27 February 2010 13:06 UTC

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Alessandro Vesely wrote:
> On 27/Feb/10 07:22, Chris Lewis wrote:

> 
>> I'm aiming for a specification that permits a single <user action> to 
>> communicate upstream for _both_ filtering and reporting purposes, 
>> where whether it's used for filtering or reporting or both in any 
>> given instance is up to the site admin and/or end-user.
> 
> +1, and I would welcome an efficient IMAP implementation in that sense. 
> However, the spec should also allow to just send complaints.

+1. "upstream communication is the idea". It's up to the (email address|device|...) to interpret how 
to interpret it and what to do with.

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