Re: Questions about RFCs 1494, 1495.

Paul Rarey <Paul.Rarey@systems.dhl.com> Tue, 07 June 1994 16:56 UTC

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From: Paul Rarey <Paul.Rarey@systems.dhl.com>
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Date: Tue, 7 Jun 1994 09:41:18 -0700
In-Reply-To: csg@hideji.worldtalk.com (Carl S. Gutekunst) "Re: Questions about RFCs 1494, 1495." (Jun 7, 8:29)
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Subject: Re: Questions about RFCs 1494, 1495.
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On Jun 7,  8:29, Carl S. Gutekunst wrote:
> Subject: Re: Questions about RFCs 1494, 1495.

} The only reasonable counter-argument is that, for User Agents, filtering out a
} small number of headers is easier than filtering a large number of headers.  I
} remember when the first X.400 gateways joined the net, and there was much fuss
} in the Usenet comp.mail.* groups from Admins that were having to run all over
} and help their users add 40 lines of filters to their .mailrc files.

Of course I use the other mechanism of filtering what I want, not what I don't 
want. Much smaller...:-}

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