Okay, I discovered that Outlook.com MXes do not advertise STARTTLS capability to blacklisted IPs.
Scratch that, it may be a more specific issue. I can observe missing STARTTLS capability only from one location.
outlook.com MX does not support TLS in 2020.
@sir Languages are working as a prism for all our thoughts. And if you pay attention to what your are saying - it creates a feedback loop that indeed may affect your personality.
When email service providers start having large volumes of spam moving through their services, they apologise and fix the problem urgently. If they don't, they get blackholed and can't send email anymore.
When a centralized platform with an effective monopoly does it, they tell FOSS maintainers its their job to keep spam off of the platform
People keep rationalizing their beliefs and go voice such incomplete reasoning at the nearest echo chamber.
My repository with binary packages for Arch Linux.
Packages available for: maddy, chasquid, ssr-wlroots fork, prometheus-bird-exporter, pkcs11-proxy.
"Why privacy matters" and also some technical aspects of online privacy
@sir This would increase complexity of porting C toolchain to a new platform. On the other hand, this would enable many more software to be fully portable to any compliant platform.
This would put the end to the endless chaos of dozens of different event-loop implementations all duplicating each other since there will be The One True implementation. (this is especially severe in C++ world that essentially builds on C)
And so I made another project public, but not on GitHub - instead it is git.hexanet.dev, our own gitea server. Right now it is not complete, but I guess I will need to learn the art of telling people about cool stuff I made instead of relying on GitHub to get somebody there via their "discovery" thing.
Pragmatic open technology enthusiast.
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