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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Like you, I encounter these periodically and I don't like them either. The particularly annoying scenario I encountered recently was that someone sent me email. I replied to their question and was then expected to leap through hoops to shepherd my reply through their challenge response system.

    • This is exactly why I don't like them either. As the other person said, if there was an automatic whitelisting of the e-mail that the person sent TO expecting a reply FROM that would then bypass the C/R I'd be okay with it.

      As it is, it tends to get in the way of communication, which is ostensibly what the internet is all about. The more difficult we make communication, the less of it is likely to happen. Basic principle of quantum laziness. :)