why IPv6 isn't ready for prime time, SMTP edition

Måns Nilsson mansaxel at besserwisser.org
Sat Mar 29 07:15:08 UTC 2014


Subject: Re: why IPv6 isn't ready for prime time, SMTP edition Date: Thu, Mar 27, 2014 at 10:32:42AM -0400 Quoting John R. Levine (johnl at iecc.com):
> >Ergo, ad hominem. Please quit doing that.
> >As a side note I happen to run my own mail server without spam filters
> >-- it works for me. I might not be the norm, but then again, is there
> >really a norm? (A norm that transcends SMTP RFC reach, that is --
> 
> I know a lot of people who run a lot of mail systems, and let's just
> say you're so far out in the long tail we need a telescope to see
> you.

I will not debate with people who resort to humiliation techniques
when questioned.

<PLONK>

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Måns Nilsson     primary/secondary/besserwisser/machina
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I feel like a wet parking meter on Darvon!
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