On Tue, 2 Aug 2005, John P. Looney wrote:
>> Hmm. I'm more thinking of cases where both the MX of the sender and
> reciever have size limits. Someone sends a 200MB TIFF, and it bounces
> around, chewing up bandwidth for weeks, till someone notices.
SMTP protects itself against these sort of problems.
The bounce is sent with a special envelope address to
protect against loops (<> i /think/ - dont remember).
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