Jargons of Info Tech industry

Chris Head chris2k01 at hotmail.com
Thu Oct 13 07:57:35 CEST 2005


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Thunderbird is nice that way. You can tell it to render HTML by default,
and even images if they're included in the body of the e-mail, but tell
it to NOT render anything which requires connections to external servers
unless you click a Show Images button. I think Hotmail does a similar thing.

Chris

Paul Rubin wrote:
[snip]
> That's the worst of all.  I certainly don't want my mail reader
> opening network connections to arbitrary places when I read my mail.
> I have no willingness at all to reveal my mail reading habits or IP
> address to everyone who sends me email.  If someone wants a return
> receipt, they can use snail mail and fill out a form at the post
> office for it.

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