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From: lbruno at republico.estv.ipv.pt (Luís Bruno)
Subject: RFC and silent discarding of e-mails

Martin Ma?ok wrote:
> Please re-read the message I wrote.

I was trying to paraphrase (rather ironically) the messages antivirus
software sends to forged envelope senders.

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

I wasn't aware of this distinction; I've always considered the
antivirus and spam checks as part of the SMTP dialog; I'd rather reject
inline a virus-laden message than to accept-then-discard.

Thanks for pointing out the details!


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