As much as I like to complain, I am not sure I would come to the same
conclusion. It seems like a simple bug.
On 13 February 2018 at 19:49, Philip Paeps <phi...@trouble.is> wrote:
> On 2018-02-13 15:07:33 (+0100), David Hofstee wrote:
>> Ok... So this is the clue with the Yahoo form... There is a contact form
>> with a number of questions. One of the questions is
>> *Copy the entire message which triggered the errorPlease remove < and >
>> characters around important information (e.g. IP addresses and email
>> *Don't do that*. Just paste the headers and maybe the text version.
>> Because the form is not POST-ed but GET-ed. This means that if you message
>> is too long for a URL (most cases in email marketing) then stuff gets cut
>> off at the end (and the processing fails).
> Oh groan!
> I really wish people would stop putting their abuse desks (etc) behind web
> forms. The abuse came in via email. Let us complain about it via email
> The "everything over HTTP" culture is getting out of hand.
> Philip Paeps
> Senior Reality Engineer
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