[ic] WARNING: Your mail will soon be bounced if you send TNEF
Mon, 2 Oct 2000 12:17:58 -0500
>I am steamed enough that I may start bouncing email that doesn't comply
with Internet standards.
I have never gotten in the habit of using a Vcard, but according to my
investigations, they are defined as a standard in RFC 2426. (And although I
try not to send HTML mail in general, HTML is nothing if not an Internet
What I'm getting at is I've seen several comments on this list about
complying with "Internet standards" but they obviously are referring to some
subset of these standards. And I don't recall seeing any link to where that
subset is enumerated. Such a link would be helpful.
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Mike Heins
Sent: Saturday, September 30, 2000 11:57 AM
To: Interchange User List
Subject: [ic] WARNING: Your mail will soon be bounced if you send TNEF
(Only pointed toward people who send email to the list cavalierly.)
I found out what is causing the problem with mail list archiving.
It is profligate use of ridiculous attachements like VCARDs and
TNEF. These are almost always sent by a Windows system or mail server,
and seem to pepper the disk with tons of .bin files.
Please don't put this garbage in your email.
I am steamed enough that I may start bouncing email that doesn't comply
with Internet standards. And I *am* going to start bouncing all HTML
mail as soon as I can write a reliable filter.
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