[maemo-users] Diablo's Modest/Email

From: Mark wolfmane at gmail.com
Date: Thu Sep 11 05:31:29 EEST 2008
On Wed, Sep 10, 2008 at 8:21 PM, Simon Budig <simon at budig.de> wrote:
> Mark (wolfmane at gmail.com) wrote:
>> Baloney! You really don't know what you are talking about. Unique
>> message ID's are part of the internet mail standard. I've never seen a
>> message that didn't have a unique Message ID.
> I get tons and tons of different spam messages, sharing the same message
> id. Not that I care much about the spam, but there is nothing that
> enforces uniqueness.
> Bye,
>        Simon

You just shot yourself in the foot with that one: desireable messages
do indeed have unique IDs, so if you get multiple messages with
identical IDs, that's a very quick and easy way to identify and zap

The same thing applies to missing IDs - if it doesn't exist, send the
message straight to /dev/null. Problem solved!

So tell me again exactly how this is a negative or is a problem?!?!?!


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