you weren't banned, ... if you look closely it was a typo, we were
just discussing the merits of open v.'s closed list membership, as we do
frequently. The fact that it was prompted by your offer was only a minor
That some of us who have more experience said that the offer wasn't worth
it, and hopefuly saved you a bit of money, is part of what the group is. We
try our hardest not to be exclusive. But we have been stung once or twice
with spam to the list, and although some petition for a closed list each
time, we generally come to the conclusions that the list *should* remain
open so as to try to help as many as possible.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mark SUmbody [SMTP:syscon at oceanfree.net]
> Subject: [ILUG] ot..hard disks
>> Message from yahoo.com.
> Unable to deliver message to the following address(es).
>> <ilig at linux.ie>:
> 22.214.171.124 does not like recipient.
> Remote host said: 550 <ilig at linux.ie>... User unknown
> Giving up.
>>> Ps: Thanks for banning me from the group guys.
>You're not banned, and never were :o)
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