Quoting Colm Buckley (colm at tuatha.org):
> Your condescension is, as ever, appreciated...
But it wasn't addressed to _you_. Unlike the other guy, who apparently
is badly misinformed about what linux.ie actually does, you had cogent
and relevant data.
> Do people actually use their linux.ie addresses to *send* mail? I was
> assuming for the most part that they were basically novelty aliases. If
> people wanted to use them as mail source addresses, I'd be very much
> inclined to move the whole shooting match to GMail f.y.d.
Well, there you go: You therefore have a well defined set of canonical
mail source IPs, and the other gentleman's objection doesn't apply,
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