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LK> Date: Thu, 19 Aug 2004 10:39:43 -0700 LK> From: Lou Katz LK> Because G-mail scans INCOMING mail without the sender's LK> consent, we will NEVER have a G-mail account and have LK> considered blocking them. We actively discourage our clients LK> from using this service. If you want to let a service scan LK> YOUR mail, it is your perogative, but you cannot give them LK> permission to scan MY mail to you. Uh huh. And the systems that run virus checks and bayesian filtering? Consider how your statements would apply to "you cannot give 'them' permission to scan MY spam/viruses to you." It just doesn't make sense. You'd better start blocking large chunks of the Internet, because Gmail isn't the only one out to get you^W^W^W^Wthat scans inbound messages. Eddy -- EverQuick Internet - http://www.everquick.net/ A division of Brotsman & Dreger, Inc. - http://www.brotsman.com/ Bandwidth, consulting, e-commerce, hosting, and network building Phone: +1 785 865 5885 Lawrence and [inter]national Phone: +1 316 794 8922 Wichita _________________________________________________________________ DO NOT send mail to the following addresses: firstname.lastname@example.org -*- email@example.com -*- firstname.lastname@example.org Sending mail to spambait addresses is a great way to get blocked.