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From: martin.macok at underground.cz (Martin Mačok)
Subject: RFC and silent discarding of e-mails

On Thu, Mar 04, 2004 at 10:46:30AM +0000, Lu?s Bruno wrote:

> BTW, have you received notifications from other braindead antivirus
> software deployed all over the world? We hope you're not drowning in 
> them. And try to keep your heart-rate down.

Please re-read the message I wrote.

Management summary:

1) SMTP server shoulnd't silently discard the message nor should
   inspect the message data (RFC 2821).

2) SMTP filter can silently drop message (RFC 2979) and even should do
   so in most cases (RFC 1855).

3) SMTP server != SMTP filter. (RFC 3234)

Martin Ma?ok


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