Re: MTA: usage of smart host
on Tue, Apr 15, 2003 at 12:57:15PM -0500, Jeffrey L. Taylor (email@example.com) wrote:
> Quoting Karsten M. Self <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> > I suppose the concept of boycotting a concern whose actions you find
> > objectionable is beyond your ken. Others may see the light.
> I understand it quite well. However, doing what you opponent does
> hardly shows that you find their behaviour unacceptable. It is
> simply a power struggle.
> And in fact, you aren't really boycotting them. I propose that
> getting your mother to switch and telling AOL that is why you are
> changing will have more impact. That's a boycott.
> They won't notice that buried in the mail log of server 27535 is a
> note that your domain FAILED to deliver mail sent to you. And of
> course, if they want to open a dialogue with you, you won't accept
> that message either. What you are doing is like a five year old sitting
> in the corner with his/her hands over his/her ears, yelling, "Nyah,
> nyah, nyah, I can't hear you".
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