At 9:23 PM +0200 1999/10/12, Andre Oppermann wrote:

> I know some guys with list's in the three digit k to one digit M range
> which don't have to deal with bounces at any time. I know it's hard
> to believe but it's true and I can provide you with names where one
> can ask for confirmation.

        And Bryan Costales & Eric Allman have hacked sendmail to support 
VERPs, and last I heard InfoBeat was handling on the order of several 
million customers per day.  Of course, they're doing an e-mail merge 
operation so that each recipient gets a unique message, but that 
would just put an even heavier load on the system than a mailing list 
the same size.

   These are my opinions -- not to be taken as official Skynet policy
|o| Brad Knowles, <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>            Belgacom Skynet NV/SA |o|
|o| Systems Architect, News & FTP Admin      Rue Col. Bourg, 124   |o|
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  Unix is like a wigwam -- no Gates, no Windows, and an Apache inside.
   Unix is very user-friendly.  It's just picky who its friends are.

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