[SpamCop-List] Re: Great. Now it's my turn to get blocked.
nobody at spamcop.net
Mon Jan 26 10:52:56 EST 2004
Bob W. (responseguard at hotmail.com) wrote in
news:responseguard-CEB626.02011726012004 at news.spamcop.net:
>> > You haven't offered an alternative to the need to upload a script.
>> That's a fairly easy one, too:
>> - have the script read its configuration from a file in a particular
>> - have the customer upload only that configuration file
>> On this basis, you can have a shared, host-controlled script but
>> still allow every customer their own configuration, still without
>> revealing any address info in a web form.
> You're right, it can be done that way (or, I suppose, the user could
> be prevented from having to upload anything by providing a
> password-protected control panel form that allows entry of the
> On the other hand, I need lots more capability and flexibility than
> that, as do many other users on many systems.
Granted. I was merely trying to demonstrate it's possible to have fully-
configurable scripts without having customers uploading scripts
themselves or revealing sensitive data in web forms.
Actually, I believe a mechanism like this is customary with some of the
better formail replacements offered by hosting companies.
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