I am interested in whether this has ever been brought up or whether it =
is being dealt with at all. If one sends a message and the smtp session =
fails for whatever reason, the message that you conceivably spent a =
considerably long amount of time on disappears into the digital =
oblivion. Why is this not saved somewhere for later delivery when =
conditions are more favorable? Am I not seeing something here or is =
this a flaw in the way smtp failures are handled?