[LINK] Spammer trick could send junk email soaring
karl at karl.net.au
Wed Feb 9 09:21:33 EST 2005
>On 09/02/2005, at 12:00 AM, Craig Sanders wrote:
>>same goes for the thousands of corporate mail servers using crappy
>>software like Exchange or Notes or Groupwise or other dreck, which are
>>allegedly "administered" by technlogically illiterate morons who have no clue
>>how internet mail works.
>Interesting point, Craig: why (for example and in particular) do you
>consider Groupwise 'crappy dreck'?
>It might be prudent to reply off-list...
When it comes to people who administer such systems, I think Craig
had missed the one or two good apples in the barrel of bad ones ;)
Its all horses for courses - I think Exchange, Notes and Groupwise
all have their places, as do postfix, sendmail, gnupop3d and teapop.
When dealing with customers and recommending solutions, I find that
its very worthwhile to give weight to any installed system(s) that
the customer is familiar with. If the customer is comfortable with
the system, they have a better chance of understanding what they are
doing, and a better chance of any training 'sticking'.
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