At 09:32 AM 03-27-2003, Ron Guerin wrote:
On Thu, 2003-03-27 at 12:22, Paul Theodoropoulos wrote:

> rather than trumping up your argument with etiquette fascism, how about
> pointing out a relevant RFC that backs up your [baseless] opinion that a
> mailserver must accept messages from a site without reverse DNS?

Please, spare me your righteous anger.  You may continue to operate a
broken mail server.  I never said you couldn't.  I frankly don't care
who you don't get mail from.  My mistake for letting the other fellow
know what a bad idea it is.

translation: "i don't know the RFC's, I have no basis for claiming that other's mailserver are broken, and I'll continue to evade directly confronting my error and apologizing for my mistaken claim by pretending to take 'the high road'"

you didn't say "what a bad idea it is". you said his mailserver was broken. prove it. put up or shut up.

Paul Theodoropoulos
The Nicest Misanthrope on the Net

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