On Tue 02 Aug 2005 11:49, Ole Tange wrote:
> If you send email on a daily basis and attach files once a week, you will
> know how to do this. And it is then up to us (as technicians) to make sure
> things do as they should. For example we could give low bandwidth priority
> to email larger than 100 kb.
Personally, I don't want people to send me 100MB attachments,
even my sister-in-laws snaps from Antarctica.
I'm glad someone along the way stops them.
Surely if it were allowed,
lunatics would be sending the contents of their hard disks
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