On Thu, 2003-03-27 at 12:40, Paul Theodoropoulos wrote:
> 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'"
I'm not mistaken, I'm just not interested in your diversion. The RFCs also don't say it's wrong to reject every third connection.
> you didn't say "what a bad idea it is". you said his mailserver was broken.
> prove it. put up or shut up.
Oh please. Get a clue you ass.
lacking a cogent argument, he resorts to ad hominem. a classic rhetorical diversion. in short: the original claim was baseless. No mailserver is broken for refusing messages from sites that have no in-addr.arpa in place.
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