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Aaron Toponce aaron.toponce at
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 Outlook Express has been replaced by Windows Mail, an improved e‑mail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
> dead.

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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o o o   . o .   . o o   o o .   o o o

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