Re: Using Razor and Debian Mailing lists
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On Tue, 03 Dec 2002 17:56, Raymond Wood wrote:
> Someone else mentioned that one should also remove the Debian
> 'unsubscribe' line at the end of the offending email. Since
> this is more work than simply forwarding the email unchanged to
> Razor, can you or someone else confirm whether this additional
> step is really necessary?
In Razor, since they're not in seperate MIME sections, the messages are
treated differently. Perhaps Debian lists could use a seperate MIME in
the future? In razor 2, epitherial hashes (or however it is spelt)
will go some way to averaging over the two messages, but not very far.
I don't think you should remove them since your goal is for other Debian
users to have it work correctly, and all debian users will have that
footer. But perhaps your goal is helping the wider population rather
than Debian, in which case you should remove them, *shrug*.
Personally I think a spammer is on this list and is deliberatly
submittng many messages to Razor. Though it might be someone who
wanted to unsubscribe, couldn't, and is now submitting them out of
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