On Tue, 14 Jul 1998, Dave Barr wrote:
> Why should mail to a mailing list, which you say is okay to be delayed
> an extra hour or so, back up normal mail which is time critical?
> This isn't supposed to be a problem with sendmail, but it is.
Where? Why? How? It was a problem with smail and connection-locking...
but why with sendmail?
> The fact is that the public expects personal mail to be delivered in minutes,
> not hours. They should!
Why? Just because a plane can get coast-to-coast faster doesn't mean I
expect six snail-mail deliveries a day for the same price.
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