On 7/7/02 10:02 AM, "Bernie Cosell" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> On 7 Jul 2002, at 9:39, J C Lawrence wrote:
>> ... Properly tagging
>> and stripping references to non-message hosted content in HTML email
>> without also crippling/stripping the actually useful aspects of HTML
>> email however is a bitch. Perhaps I've been overlooking the obvious but
>> I've yet to come up with a scheme for that I can't also trivially poke
>> holes in.
> What about reading your HTML-email using a rendering client that cannot
> access the Internet [and, while you're at it, doesn't include a
That works. JC is thinking instead of neutering it in the list server.
I think at some point, however, you have to stop babysitting the user.
Protecting them from dangerous code coming through the server is one thing.
Privacy issues ought to be left to the user to resolve, not the server.
Chuq Von Rospach, Architech
email@example.com -- http://www.chuqui.com/
He doesn't have ulcers, but he's a carrier.