|A note from the others
||[Nov. 21st, 2004|08:44 pm]
How in the name of all things unholy does "this sender has no X.400 address"
translate into "this is a recipient problem" FOR SMTP E-MAIL!?! What the
fucking fuck were those pig-fucking morons of Redmond thinking when they
thought up that error? It's not a recipient problem, you mammalian amoeba!
The SENDER hasn't been given an address for some crack-addled protocol which
shouldn't have made it anywhere outside some pot-hazed research lab. And
why would internal e-mail, which would be more likely to use X.400
internally, work at the same time that SMTP doesn't, when it's an X.400
address you don't have?