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On Wed, 10 Mar 2010, R-Elists wrote:
> Charles Gregory Quote:Re: [sa] Re: SMTP REJECT after DATA
> "The only efficiency to be gained is to reject as much as possible after the
> RCPT_TO, before accepting DATA. But for systems like mine, with lousy user
> cooperation, rejecting some of the mail after DATA is still the best
> i would say you are arguing "both sides" and that it might be the issue.
I'm arguing that with such a strong component of "YMMV" there is NO "side"
in this debate that is so woefully wrong as to be labelled 'misguided',
which is what I was responding to in my first posdt in this thread.
> i would tend to believe that most have made the choice not to straddle the
I made my own choice, as outlined above, but 'sit on the fence' with
regard to my opinion on 'best practice' or 'misguided decisions', because
I don't belive there really is any one 'good' or 'bad' decision (except
maybe the decision to backscatter, but we all agree that is 'bad').
> are you blaming the users for your administration? ;-)
Naturally. All good adminsitration is customer driven. |-D