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Fwd: GWAVA Sender Notification (Content filter)
From: James Tucker <jftucker () gmail com>
Date: Tue, 10 May 2005 02:32:41 +0100
Surely this kind of message is a really bad idea.
What is the possible true business value of such a filter?
What is the potential impact upon security to disclose the information
that this mail does?
What is the cost of deployment of this system against the costs
related to it's potential, and actual effects?
As novell say "cool" solutions. What a wonderful business term.
I think I might use the word "cool" in my next board meeting.
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From: gwava-admin () ird govt nz <gwava-admin () ird govt nz>
Date: May 10, 2005 2:26 AM
Subject: GWAVA Sender Notification (Content filter)
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