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From Geir Magnusson Jr <>
Subject Re: java.util.concurrent
Date Fri, 02 Jun 2006 00:41:35 GMT

Patrick Linskey wrote:
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>> Can you fix your mailer to get rid of this?
> Sadly, not really. BEA slaps that text on the end of all outgoing
> messages, and the way that I'm using email these days, sending OpenJPA
> mail to my personal account would mean that I'd not see the mail in the
> rest of my workflow.
> I'm trying to find out why BEA deems it so important to a) add that
> notice, and thereby b) circumvent digital signatures. But my guess is
> that the decision comes from some corner of bureacracy that is probably
> immune to reason.

In order to avoid foisting crap like this (and other things that Outlook
does to email) on the ocmmunity,  I do all my personal and open source
mail using Thunderbird rather than Outlook, the Intel corporate client.  :)


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