--- John Hall <jdh28@...> wrote:
> > 3. Renaming a .zip file does no good. Apparently the software
> > recognizes the .zip signature at the beginning of the file, even if
> > you call it foobar.xyz instead of foobar.zip .
> > When this software detects 'dangerous' email, it simply deletes it. No
> > notice to the sender or to the intended recipient. It just vanishes. I
> > don't know the name of this software, but it's probably some
> > commercial product that other servers might use too--we are not a
> > technology company.
> We probably eventually will have to start PGP enrypting stuff or
> something to get things through.
Or just use a different SMTP. You can even use Yahoo Mail for that. And, if
you want you can use POP and SMTP over POP to read and send the mail.
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