aaron.toponce at gmail.com
Sun Mar 13 16:21:36 CET 2011
On 03/13/2011 08:57 AM, Jerry wrote:
> Outlook Express has been replaced by Windows Mail, an improved e‑mail
> program with enhancements such as junk e‑mail filtering and protection
> against phishing messages.
> Why are we even discussing a product that in not and has not been
> available for quite some time. I heard, although have not confirmed,
> that it does not work on Windows 7 anyway which effectively means it is
I'm just trying to figure out why people keep saying inline signatures
are deprecated, when no documented evidence has come forth showing the
fact. Further, I was trying to understand why (if the case at all)
Outlook Express would be the one to define what is and is not deprecated
out of RFC 4880.
I guess it's like the reoccurring Slashdot theme that BSD is dead
(deprecated) since the mid-'90s, year-after-year, decade-after-decade.
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