On Wed, Nov 30, 2016 at 1:50 PM, Greg Stark <st...@mit.edu> wrote:
> On 30 November 2016 at 16:19, Andrew Dunstan <and...@dunslane.net> wrote:
>> https://www.postgresql.org/message-id/cab7npqthydyf-fo+fzvxrhz-7_hptm4rodbcsy9-noqhvet...@mail.gmail.com
>> I'll be interested to know if it breaks anyone's MUA. If it doesn't all we
>> will be arguing about are aesthetics, and I'm a firm believer in function
>> over form.
> I can't say I feel especially strongly either way on this but just to
> toss out a small thing that might make a small difference....
> If you happen to know how your message-ids are generated then you
> might be able to do something useful with them. For instance, you
> could search all git commits for urls to messages you wrote -- for
> instance any commit that has CAB7nPq is referencing a message written
> by Michael Paquier.
> On the other hand you could put something naughty in the message-id
> forcing everyone else to use URLs with dirty words in them. Or with
> words like "terrorist" in them. Or with some javascript/html injection
> attack of some sort...

...or the name of your company/your email hosting provider's company...

Robert Haas
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