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RE: Useless disclaimers (was: attaching hooks with specific activ ities
RE: Useless disclaimers (was: attaching hooks with specific activ ities in CVS )
Thu, 11 Mar 2004 09:23:39 -0500
Andy Jones wrote:
> >Such disclaimers on messages posted to public mailing lists
> are specious
> >at best.
> Err, guys? I don't think he actually *typed* that bit. He
> almost certainly doesn't have a choice about it appearing on
> the bottom of his mail...
I think everyone's aware that those disclaimers are automatically appended.
I think the idea is to bring the ridiculousness of the disclaimer to the
attention of the OP, who will be in a better position to have somebody
One mail list I subscribe to, the majordomo recognizes a special keyword,
--LongSig (case-sensitive). The majordomo then replaces all text after that
keyword with something like [**Long signature truncated**]
Any possibility of getting something like that implemented on this list?
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Leitch Technology International Inc. (http://www.leitch.com)
Columnist, C/C++ Users Journal (http://www.cuj.com/experts)
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