Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 12th Apr 2012 08:59 UTC
Internet & Networking I would honestly serve at the altar of the person that did this. Keep the debugging information, but for the love of god, make your email client do something pretty and useful with it.
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tupp
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2006-11-12

This isn't part of the email - the email client parses the error bounce email and turns it into this.

Well that's certainly better for the Internet.

However, it would be more advantageous if people would merely know better than to send such a huge email -- we still have the bandwidth wasted with the original outgoing email, plus the size of the bounce back.

And the world would be much improved in general if people would must use their brains more -- it won't hurt to much to try to read and understand the horrible "machine" response.

Instead of "Think Different," a wiser slogan is "Just... Think."

Edited 2012-04-12 10:15 UTC

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