[rfc-i] rfc-info needs your help!
mcr at sandelman.ottawa.on.ca
Wed Mar 31 09:34:12 PST 2004
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>>>>> "Aaron" == Aaron Falk <falk at ISI.EDU> writes:
Aaron> 2. Find and integrate a more modern email-based document
Aaron> retrieval system. I.e., start from scratch with another app.
Aaron> Suggestions for candidate apps would be welcome. This may be
Aaron> the path of least pain, if such a replacement application is
I think that given that you don't want to drop the service, that you
should replace it with something more modern, on more modern equipment.
even majordomo1 with a backstore of rfc's likely has better spam
Ideally, you want to integrate one of these filters that sends out
a "I don't know you, please reply to me so you'll get past my spam
filter" type filters.
Aaron> 3. Drop the service all together. Let people use the RFC
Aaron> 5. Modify rfc-info so that it silently discards messages it
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