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- Robert Spier [2003-04-23 13:13]:
Are you saying that your client has two addresses:
and they are two different people?
Technically, bob and BOB refer to mailboxes, which is not the same
thing as people.
Your client has a very broken email system.
I can’t find the exact quite in RFC2822 (or related) which defines
case insensitivity, but it is generally accepted (and assumed) that
email addresses (like domain names) are case insensitive. Any system
which violates this is going to be very unhappy.
RFC2822 specifies that the left hand side (the “local part”) is
implementation specific; specifically, see section 3.4.1. Sendmail’s
implementation (the most common, and, historically speaking, the primary
reference implementation) falls back to case-insensitive local-part
matching if a literal match is not found.
Don’t be ashamed to say what you are not ashamed to think.
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