From: Greg Berigan (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jul 03 1998 - 07:32:50 CDT
Russ Allbery <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Charles Lindsey <email@example.com> writes:
>> Quite so. You shouldn't be generating message-ids on a laptop unless you
>> have an overpowering reason to know your own message-ids on a timescale
>> shorter than the time it takes your article to reappear in your own
>> Use the NNTP POST command when you get home, and let the NNTP server add
>> the message-id.
> Again, the problem with this approach is that I cannot embed identifying
> information in a message ID so that I can later recognize my own posts and
> responses to them.
So... you want to put a taggant into your message ID for your own tracking
purposes but you don't want to allow an authority tell you to put one in it
which would _guarantee_ uniqueness?
I guess I'll never understand the logic.
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