Re: Branden's mail policies
On Sun, Jun 19, 2005 at 10:35:50PM +1000, Sam Couter wrote:
> 1) The Internet is peer-to-peer. You want to break that?
> 2) Some of the ISPs I've used refuse to relay my messages when they
> claim to be from my dropbear address instead of the ISPs domain.
> 3) If I can't afford DSL or cable, or it's not available in my area, I'm
> stuck on dial-up. What difference does that make to a mail spool?
Your points are all valid, yet they are unrelated to the Subject of your
The question is: Should the DPL jump through hoops to make sure his
mails are recieved by people, even if they have other opinions on email
transports than he has?