On Fri, Oct 15, 2004 at 04:33:03PM +0100, Paul Jakma wrote:
| On Fri, 15 Oct 2004, Michele Neylon :: Blacknight Solutions wrote:
| > I suppose the concept of "whitelisted" email addresses is completely foreign
| > to you?
| If ILUG is an, occasional, spam source, why do you whitelist it?
| (how much spam comes through anyway? i rarely notice spam on the
Indeed, the vast majority of unwanted mail to the list that I receive
originates from people who are list members. [rimshot]
Or in other words, there's more noise on the list about spam than there
is actual spam.
The list is filtered up the wazoo at the mailman end, and filtered
again when it gets to me. I see barely any spam to the list.
I _do_ see far too many see-saw bickering sessions.
All we need now is a Joe-job to the list using a member's address to
make it all complete.
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