Antigen found =*.exe file
Mon, 29 Oct 2001 03:10:28 -0600
These are good questions. I challenge Joe Barr's assertion that this was
the clear will of the subscribers. It seems to my "Memento"-like
recollection that Joe is overapplying something that came up earlier onlist
in a different context, perhaps inappropriately.
Despite this --- butt the hell out. Fix your list / spam problem. I've
never heard of you before, and your commercially-oriented messages aren't
welcome in my mailbox. That's my own opinion, not a list opinion: have a
great life. Come back if you have something FoRKful to share.
Aaron Blosser wrote:
> So if I wanted to (and not that I would), I could just start
> spamvertising email@example.com and using that whenever I sign up for
> anything, getting it into every DMA list I can find, and that'd be just
> fine with the list subscribers?
> Was there a vote to do that, or was this decision itself a "fascist"
> one, dictated from the administrator of the list? :)
> Whatever the case, I'll butt out now with a parting shot that I'm
> convinced my antivirus software has done nothing wrong, but it's a
> misconfigured list server that caused the message to go to the list.
> End of story as far as I'm concerned, but the accusation was made that
> somehow our server was at fault, so I wanted to defend it. :)
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Joseph S. Barrera III [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> > Sent: Sunday, October 28, 2001 10:40 PM
> > To: Aaron Blosser
> > Cc: email@example.com
> > Subject: RE: Antigen found =*.exe file
> > Changing the list to NOT accept emails from non-subscribers
> > has been deemed "fascist" by members of the list.
> > At 10/28/2001 09:19 PM, Aaron Blosser wrote:
> > >I still say it's the lists job to NOT accept emails from non
> > >subscribers, and I still see that even my messages (I am not a
> > >subscriber) have been showing up in the list archives.