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[ale]getting waaayyy OT It begins...

Jeff Hubbs wrote:
> On Wed, 2004-01-28 at 09:27, Pete Hardie wrote:
> <snip>
>>You are correct about the reply-to address issue.  However regarding the URL 
>>side, are there really webservers that can handle 10x8 hits all the time?
> Not sure what you mean by 10x8 and even if you mean 100 million, depends
> on over how much time.

100 Million was it.  Fat-fingered the ^

 > I know that Slashdot kept serving through
> 9/11/2001; that may have been a record.  Besides, the point would be to
> take a LOT of hits cheaply.  That's all

That was a lot, but the burst subsided.  Spam keeps on going, and going, and 

>>And if they load up their emails with lots of links, how will their customers 
>>find the one that leads to the product?
> It would be the the first or perhaps (through HTML trickery) only one
> visible?

And we can't figure that out in code?

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