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ARCHIVE: 'Phage List' - Archives (1988 - 1989)
DOCUMENT: phage #278 [from the archives (Apr 1984)] (1 message, 416 bytes)
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From: dmr@research.att.com
To: phage
Date: Fri 18:56:17 18/11/1988 EST
Subject: from the archives (Apr 1984)
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"Sendmail is a nifty mailer whose flexibility ... is nothing short of amazing.
How did Eric Allman embed this flexibility?  He used a variation on Post
Productions as address rewriting rules.  If he hadn't taken a theory
course, none of us would have sendmail today."

		--Mark Horton, in net.college, supporting the teaching of
		   theory courses.

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