On 17 April, 2001, at 10:59 (-0700)
Joseph S Barrera III <email@example.com> wrote:
> Tim, the problem is that the list in question is multihomed, we're not sure
> where the user is registered through and some of the list servers aren't
> under our control. Net-net, we can't remove him.
Um... This seems silly. If people can be added to this list, why can't they
be removed? Seems like an awfully negligent way to set up a mailing list.
(Bracing for flames...) Or is the list being managed by some super-slick
mailing list manager that only knows how to append to the membership file?
Also, could someone explain the relationship between the alleged size of
Chuck Murcko's penis and the problems removing a user from this
(multihomed) mailing list? Perhaps understanding that relationship is the
key to solving this problem. (I'd guess that "trustypocket" figures in
there somewhere, but I can't be sure.)
Brian Clapper, bmc@WillsCreek.com
Excuse me while I change into something more formidable.
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