mscramer at armstrong.com
Thu May 24 19:56:18 UTC 2001
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On Thu, 24 May 2001, Mitch Halmu wrote:
> No matter how noble the cause, the methods are wrong. In all the debate,
> it was perhaps lost that no viable technological solution to roaming,
> meaning one that is happily accepted by the end user, exists yet. And
> please don't mention SMTP Auth, it's not perfected yet.
POP3 before SMTP. Works for any MUA that supports POP3, and the only
impact to the user experience is that the user needs to check her mail
before she sends mail (which most do anyway).
Now, please try this, close your relay, and cease this off-topic whining
to this list.
Matthew S. Cramer <mscramer at armstrong.com> Office: 717-396-5032
Lead Security Analyst Fax: 717-396-5590
Armstrong Information Technology Services Pager: 717-305-3915
Armstrong World Industries, Inc. Cell: 717-917-7099
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