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Andre Pang blogs about the annoyance of email disclaimers. For a while I had a .sig indicating that it was a condition of sending email to me that the sender agrees to legalistic terms in their .sig being inapplicable to me.
220 smtp.sws.net.au ESMTP Postfix – by sending email to this server you agree that any legalistic sig in your message does not apply to anyone who receives the message through this service.
Now I have changed my Postfix greeting to the above. Anyone who sends me mail agrees that their .sig does not apply to me. Suggestions for improvements to the above text are welcome.Tags: Most Popular