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SubjectRe: goodbye
On Sun, Apr 08, 2001 at 02:32:28AM +0300, Matti Aarnio wrote:

> The incentive behind the DUL is to force users not to post
> straight out to the world, but to use their ISP's servers
> for outbound email --- normal M$ users do that, after all.
> Only spammers - and UNIX powerusers - want to post directly
> to the world from dialups. And UNIX powerusers should know
> better, and be able to use ISP relay service anyway.

Surprise - my ISP doesn't even seem to have one. Raw IP, nothing else.
Like god made ISPs.

Ralf

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