On Sun, May 14, 2000 at 02:36:22PM +0100, adam beecher mentioned:
> That reminds me - that pipermail installation on the ILUG is responsible for
> crazy amounts of spam flooding in my direction. I've avoided it with the same
> address for nearly six months now, but it's starting to pour in again, and I
> *can't* bloody well change my address now. Couldn't someone hack it up a bit to
> obfuscate the addresses? I get enough of the crap through "regular spam
> channels" without this...
Are you sure ? I get ten to twenty spams a week, and none to
jplooney-ilug at online.ie (which is what the mails come from, that I send to
I reckon there is another source for the spam (though email obfustication
would be cunning).
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