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Re: tuning ld performance

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On Tue, Jan 27, 2004 at 08:12:02AM -0000, Andy Chittenden wrote:
> Unfortunately, I cannot control this as it is added by our outgoing server.
> There'll be another one on the end of this message no doubt.

You can charge your employer for mail tampering.  Which, in some
jurisdictions is treason.  Which, in some jurisdictions, is punishable
by death.

> However, as I sent it to the list, you are one of the "intended recipients"
> and you are allowed to copy it etc.

We have no way to know this.  Get your company lawyer to state this
unambiguously.  If your employer (or mine, for that matter) is too lazy
to ensure the veracity of mail, why should anyone bother to help?

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Have you stopped beating your wife yet?

P.S. Please let me know if my mail, too, has been hijacked (tampered).
AFAIK, it shouldn't; I tell exim to go straight to the recipient's MX.

- -- (seems down lately)
I have neither the need, the time, or the inclination to put words into your
mouth. You are perfectly capable of damaging your reputation without any help
from me.                   --Richard Heathfield roasts a troll in comp.lang.c
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