> We can't subscrib more than once. my emc.com mail server downloads
> my cit.ie mail so I would get twice the mail (i'd prefer the odd
You can mark certain addresses as "not to be sent mail".
> My suggestion would be that if a member posts it would have the
> subject [ILUG]... and if not a member it would have [ILUG-non]....
Interesting suggestion, however it ain't gonna happen. The upshot
would be that many people simply ignore messages with the "-non",
resulting in the ILUG list instantly becoming less valuable a resource
for Linux users.
> This would take a little work from the list managers but i'm not one
> so how bad............
The list manager is me. It would require a couple of hacks into
mailman and/or the MTA on lugh, neither of which I'm particularly
inclined to do, just to deal with the *tiny* problem of spam to
ilug at linux.ie.
I repeat, spam is a client-side issue; you have to deal with it
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