[SURBL-Discuss] RFC: consensus list?
nobody at xyzzy.claranet.de
Sun Nov 14 04:45:51 CET 2004
Jeff Chan wrote:
> FWIW it's the 1 bit, i.e. carrying values 0 and 1; a zero bit
> would carry no value.
That confusion was started by me in this thread, sorry. In
real life bits are always counted from zero (least significant)
to seven (most significant) in a byte:
Bit 0 = 2 ** 0 = 1
Bit 1 = 2 ** 1 = 2 (SC)
Bit 6 = 2 ** 6 = 64 (JP)
Bit 7 = 2 ** 7 = 128.
> Setting up and tearing down separate test lists involves
> some overhead. And eventually multi will need to expand
> beyond the last octet.
I'll believe it when I see it (the expansion of "multi" ;-)
Don't do strange things with stuff used in production, you
don't want to cause erroneous mail deletions.
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