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From: Tremaine Lea <tremaine () gmail com>
Date: Thu, 26 Jul 2007 21:11:26 -0600
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On 26-Jul-07, at 8:52 PM, Peter Besenbruch wrote:
Tremaine Lea wrote:
Sure, it's possible. Possibly Sergio is lazy. As he sent it via
gmail's auth smtp servers and not from webmail, it's just as possible
it happened in his mail client.
And he still could have, and should have edited it.
I don't disagree. It would appear he definitely had the choice since
it doesn't seem to have passed through a corporate mailserver that
enforces it outside his control.
And all of that aside, who cares? We see signatures like that all
the time on mailing lists. It's pretty obvious they're useless in
Useless in any context. Sigs. like that are very unprofessional.
I know they are nonsense, such disclaimers come across as mildly
Hawaiian Astronomical Society: http://www.hawastsoc.org
HAS Deepsky Atlas: http://www.hawastsoc.org/deepsky
Useless, yes. Unprofessional, also yes. But no more so than the
long winded reply that followed it. I'd actually argue that annoying
bit of easily ignored text was less intrusive than the reply from
Nick Fitzgerald. I'm not sure about everyone else here, but those
legalese tags at the end of emails on lists register about as much as
the ads on webpages. They don't.
Network Security Consultant
"Paranoia for hire"
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