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Re: trapdoor.merit.edu and other impatient Postfix mailers everywhere (fwd)
On Fri, Aug 03, 2001 at 03:10:46AM -0400, [email protected] wrote: > They should have posted to inet-access and nanog. Clearly the surprise > cutoff this morning had a profound operational impact on mail servers > all over the world. > Guys, They did post to NANOG when they performed the aforementioned s/vix.com/mail-abuse.org/g: http://www.merit.edu/mailinglist/mailarchives/old_archive/2001-04/msg00426.html Seeing as we've all seen people complaining about them not doing this, when they obviously did, I don't see how it would've helped everyone had they posted to NANOG before the July 31 cutoff. I'm not saying that not posting to NANOG was a "good" idea (well, ok, it was stupid) but it seems it wouldn't have helped quite a few. -- Marius Strom <[email protected]> Professional Geek/Unix System Administrator URL: http://www.marius.org/ http://www.marius.org/marius.pgp 0xF5D89089 *updated 2001-02-26* It is a natural law. Physics tells us that for every action, there must be an equal and opposite reaction. They hate us, we hate them, they hate us back and so, here we are, victims of mathematics. -- Londo, "A Voice in the Wilderness I"