>>>>> or not is none of my concern. Not everyone has access to external email
>> providers while at work, so I guess that rules them out from participating.
>>Or alternatively you could just ignore suggestions like this. I see nothing
wrong with that disclaimer - It doesn't put any restrictions on the
"intended recipient", who, for a mail sent to this mailing list, would have
to mean anyone subscribed to the mailing list, or who decides to check the
>> You really don't have access to one or all of gmail, MSN, Yahoo! mail from
> work? If so, forgive me for thinking you're playing the "i'm taking my ball
> home" ruse. ;)
My employor blocks all such webmail providers to anyone outside of IT, to
anyone who is not specificly authorised by the CEO/CFO.
>>> I didn't suggest you couldn't participate at all. I'm just informing you of
> what (I think) the consensus is - you're quite free to ignore that, and the
> fact that I have a filter on this list that tries to discard mails that try
> to bind me to terms I never agreed to.
Sure - ignoring people who filter out mails based on the presence of a
disclaimer, is a freedom that I have every intention of excercising.
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