From: Eugene Leitl (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Oct 18 2000 - 20:03:14 PDT
Dave Winer writes:
> It's even worse than it appears.
> If you include a gif or jpeg in an html email, the sender can also tell if
> the person read the spam.
People who read HTML are probably dumb enough to send out HTML, and
thus fully deserve whatever might hit them. (Actually, tracer tags are
relatively rare in current spam, and don't work if you pull down the
network when reading mail).
Does anyone have a HTML stripper script which doesn't break anything,
and a procmail recipe to invoke it? Or can one let everything be
rendered by lynx?
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