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Old 12-12-2007, 08:08 AM
Gijs
 
Default fedora-list Digest, Vol 46, Issue 122

This is a generated email rambod kamaei. You do not have to reply to
the fedora-list Digest.

And if you would have read 4th paragraph, you would have also known, if
you would want to reply to it, that you would have to change your
subject line.



rambod kamaei wrote:
ok



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Old 12-12-2007, 02:25 PM
Todd Denniston
 
Default fedora-list Digest, Vol 46, Issue 122

Gijs wrote, On 12/12/2007 04:08 AM:

This is a generated email rambod kamaei. You do not have to reply to the
fedora-list Digest.
And if you would have read 4th paragraph, you would have also known, if
you would want to reply to it, that you would have to change your
subject line.



I wonder how many RFC's would be violated if list servers would have the
ability (list configuration item) to look at the emails sent to it, and if an
email had less than say a 1-5% (of a normalized form of the email) difference
to one of the list's own Digests (from the last few weeks), either reject the
email or only send the difference on to the list, especially if subject email
had the subject "Re: thislist Digest, ThislistsVolIssuePolicy".



rambod kamaei wrote:

ok


<SNIP the beginning of rambod's last 5 emails to the list>






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Old 12-12-2007, 04:56 PM
Tony Nelson
 
Default fedora-list Digest, Vol 46, Issue 122

>Gijs wrote, On 12/12/2007 04:08 AM:
>> This is a generated email rambod kamaei. You do not have to reply to the
>> fedora-list Digest.
>> And if you would have read 4th paragraph, you would have also known, if
>> you would want to reply to it, that you would have to change your
>> subject line.

You can't tell him anything. He is a PhD and a Linux Expert!

At 12:43 AM -0800 12/12/07, rambod kamaei wrote:
>Rambod Kamaei (PhD)
>CCIE, CCNP, Linux Expert.


At 10:25 AM -0500 12/12/07, Todd Denniston wrote:
>I wonder how many RFC's would be violated if list servers would have the
>ability (list configuration item) to look at the emails sent to it, and if an
>email had less than say a 1-5% (of a normalized form of the email) difference
>to one of the list's own Digests (from the last few weeks), either reject the
>email or only send the difference on to the list, especially if subject email
>had the subject "Re: thislist Digest, ThislistsVolIssuePolicy".

None, as any mail server may reject any message due to local policy (RFC
2821 response code 550). Submit a patch! Probably only messages that are
a reply to a digest message need inspecting, and only the referenced digest
message should need comparing with.
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Old 12-13-2007, 04:20 AM
Tim
 
Default fedora-list Digest, Vol 46, Issue 122

On Wed, 2007-12-12 at 10:25 -0500, Todd Denniston wrote:
> I wonder how many RFC's would be violated if list servers would have
> the ability (list configuration item) to look at the emails sent to
> it, and if an email had less than say a 1-5% (of a normalized form of
> the email) difference to one of the list's own Digests (from the last
> few weeks), either reject the email or only send the difference on to
> the list, especially if subject email had the subject "Re: thislist
> Digest, ThislistsVolIssuePolicy".

You can certainly reject certain messages as being unwanted.

I was thinking just the other day that I would have had replies to
digests outright banned if the subject line wasn't changed and the
message was a full quote reply. Bouncing it back with a rejection
notice saying what was required for a post to be accepted.

I'd be tempted to go further. Any "replies" lacking the in-reply-to and
references headers to be rejected, too, for stuffing up threading.

Tim... ex-BBS SysOp tyrant...

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