Re: [Asrg] Adding a spam button to MUAs

Seth <sethb@panix.com> Thu, 10 December 2009 18:43 UTC

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Subject: Re: [Asrg] Adding a spam button to MUAs
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Ian Eiloart <iane@sussex.ac.uk> wrote:

> Forwarders who aren't taking care about what they forward *should* have a 
> damaged reputation.

Suppose they _do_ take care, and act according to the user's expressed
wishes to have everything forwarded?  (This makes more sense when
there's a chain involved, I give out Address1 which forwards to
Address2 which forwards to Address3 where I read mail.  I want
Provider2 to forward everything; Provider1 should do spam filtering,
including that enhanced by the information I provide from Address3.)

Seth