is there a system simulation software available for GNU/Linux like Matlab? ... i am not entirely sure but i think Mathworks has a matlab build for linux too ... but are there others?
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Dear Friends......I think most of you reieved my reply to the
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far as Linux is concerned and hence feel free to ignore my
replies for the next couple of months ;-)
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Yes I think only text/plain, text/html and
also message/rfc822(and sub text parts) should be allowed.
Because attachments if any can be posted in form of links.
I am asking to allow text/html because Yahoo/Hotmail/MSOE,
the most used e-mail clients offer rich text compose feature,
and its tendency of people to use it, and probably its on
by default and non-technical/newbie sender may not know how
to disable it. OR if we block text/html then he/she should
automatically informed(atleast 1 or 2 times) that his/her
message was blocked, for it is not text/plain. But I dont
know if that can be done with mailman.
>Philip S Tellis wrote:
>Should we block non-text messages on this list?
>State your opinion.
Hi Mithul, Philip and ILUG-BOM Gurus,
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mitul Limbani [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> I agree to amish's views, modern webmails or Yahoo, MSN, free
> But at the same time, we should have to have a moderator who can
^^^^^^^^^ I think you
are talking abt the automated scripts??? That's Great Idea...
> of filter (for warning purpose) The mail should not be sent out to the
> So my full votes for Blocking HTML mails, but at the same time i am
> wanting two warnings to be sent to those who sent html mails after
I totally agree with Mithul's view by giving fair chance (2 warnings to
But those mails should delivered to list in HTML format (or if pos. text
format, if we have utility to retrieve text frm html). As it should not
affect the end user (those who have lots of queries abt linux) of this
list considering that end user will be writing to this list in case of
problems only. Moreover, after these 2 warnings, may block the user's
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