Author r.david.murray
Recipients barry, jasonjwwilliams, r.david.murray, terry.reedy, tony_nelson
Date 2010-08-03.20:29:02
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The quote of Postel's Law is in the RFCs, actually.  So I think we can choose to consider this a bug.  There is a effort/benefit tradeoff when deciding to handle dirty data, but this one is simple enough.  Unless someone can think of a reason why the slight change in behavior might break existing code (other than by letting more spam through :(
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