RE: [Full-Disclosure] leaking
From: Duquette, John (john.duquette_at_eds.com)
To: Full Disclosure List <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Wed, 12 May 2004 12:43:51 -0400
Unfortunately in a controlled environment it's not always possible to avoid
MUA's. Novell's announcement is good news in any event.
However, if you do use outlook HTML mail can be disabled via a registry key.
Set the DWORD value to 1
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> Subject: Re: [Full-Disclosure] leaking
> On Wed, 12 May 2004 15:38:47 +0200, Felipe Angoitia
> <email@example.com> said:
> > >Sounds like a good reason to *not* use certain MUAs to me. Your
> > >choice, after all.
> > Not really, my entreprise choice in this concrete case.
> > And which MUA to use is not the matter now I think.
> All the major MUA's except one are for the most part free of
> "you have to use it because corporate says so" issues -
> Eudora can talk to Mutt and Mutt can talk to Mozilla's mua
> and Mozilla can talk to... And quite frankly, unless the MUA
> includes a groupware component that doesn't talk a
> standardized open protocol, it doesn't matter what you use.
> Given the recent Novell announcement regarding the GPL'ing of
> Evolution Connector, there's little to no excuse for using
> the remaining one.
> You Lotus Notes users are on your own, however. ;)
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