Re: [OT] Complaint
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- Subject: Re: [OT] Complaint
- From: David P James <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sun, 02 Mar 2003 00:51:26 -0500
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Craig Dickson was roused into action on 2003-02-27 01:50 and wrote:
yourself and submit it)? As with the filtering question that started
this thread, improving your client (or replacing it with a better one)
is a better solution than demanding that the rest of the world bend over
backward for your defective software.
Oh come on. There's no good reason for anyone to be BCCing any Debian
mailing list, irrespective of filtering issues at the other end.
Likewise requesting that people not BCC is hardly in the category of
"demanding that the rest of the world bend over backward" - it's more
work to BCC than not, at least it is in any MUA I've ever used, mutt
David P. James
4th Year Economics Student
The bureaucratic mentality is the only constant in the universe.
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