Tom Collins wrote:
(sorry for not including this in my last email)
On Jan 5, 2007, at 10:34 AM, Rick Widmer wrote:
I still want to change files to .vpopmail, unless they go
out of their way to disable it. I think Charles Cazabon's objection
to .qmail files that are executed by vdelivermail is a strong enough
reason to do so. I want to eliminate as many of his objections to
vpopmail as I can.
Who the heck is Charles Cazabon and why should I care that he thinks our
files shouldn't be called .qmail? Vpopmail is an add-on to Qmail --
let's just rename vdelivermail to qmail-vpop...
If vdelivermail handled the file identically to the way qmail-local
does, would he be OK with that?
Drop what your are doing, right now!
You must swing a dead chicken around your office five times. Then (after
putting the chicken down) hop on your left foot five times while
chanting "Only I interpret RFCs... Only I interpret RFCs...".
You may still protect your offspring from the wrath of the qmail list.
You however are doomed, sorry to say. Hurry, it's not too late.
Do it for the children.
Three years now I've asked Google why they don't have a
logo change for Memorial Day. Why do they choose to do logos
for other non-international holidays, but nothing for
Maybe they forgot who made that choice possible.