Author r.david.murray
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Date 2013-02-17.02:34:06
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I doubt that 2048 is safer than 1024 for any meaningful value of safer.  Either the sever respects the rfc limits or it does not.  If it does not,  it is likely to send very long text lines if the sending mua generates them, which I suspect happens.  However, there is no real reason not to arbitrarily pick 2048.
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