Paul Jakma stated the following on Thu, Feb 15, 2001 at 11:10:40AM +0000 :
> can anyone think of good solid technical/legal/other reasons why
> putting disclaimers on all outbound mail would be a bad idea?
> Arguments that higher level mgt would be able to comprehend.
>> The argument i hear for is: "it is to protect the company". How true
> is this, what legal protection can an auto-generated disclaimer
If the mail server is doing it.
It is in breach of a bunch of Mail RFC's
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