Re: Removing the indent-string quote marker '>' in emails.
On Sun, 3 Jan 2010 10:42:39 +0200
Andrei Popescu <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Sat,02.Jan.10, 22:23:25, Celejar wrote:
> > What's wrong with using technical solutions to solve social problems?
> > Isn't that what things like spam filtering are all about?
> Exactly my point. Spam filtering kinda works, but is not really a
> solution. Although you don't get to see much of the spam, it still uses
Why is it not a solution? Of course it's not a *perfect* one, but it works quite well for many, and a social solution isn't perfect either, since I'll have to keep explaining this to people ad nauseum, while a technical solution might be able to be "set it and forget it".
> up huge amounts of bandwidth that we, as customers of our ISPs are
Is this really true? Is the total amount of upstream bandwidth that
spam consumes really that expensive (especially at the ISP wholesale
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