[Spambayes] Windows service version of pop3proxy available
T.A.Meyer at massey.ac.nz
Thu Mar 13 12:14:56 EST 2003
> I thought of the top-level "windows" directory being a kind
> of "helper", but not containing complete applications.
Ah, I see.
> The outlook plugin is a large, stand-alone application, and
> IMO should be in its own directory. I don't really mind
> if this was moved to *under* the windows directory, but
> I see no real need.
Fair enough, I get what you mean now. Any thoughts about renaming it to Outlook, rather than Outlook2000? Not worth the bother?
> I'd still much rather see the top-level directory cleaned up
> even more, with pop3proxy and hammie getting their own,
> application specific directories.
So would I, but I've read the debates about this in the past, and I'm staying clear ;)
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