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From: niekbaakman at (Niek Baakman)
Subject: FD should block attachments

Paul Schmehl wrote:

> --On Friday, April 02, 2004 01:16:24 AM -0500 Poof 
> <> wrote:
>> Yeah... I've got Dialup and don't see a problem with the attachments.
>> Heck. Emailing it to everybody rather than hosting the file(s) is better
>> for me as I dislike hosting files on my own webspace.
> How considerate of you.
> Did you ever consider that people in some parts of the world pay by the 
> byte or by the time they're online, and attachments, especially large 
> ones *and* html email cost them money personally?
> Not everyone in the world has the choices that some people assume are 
> universally available.

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