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1995\10\08@174037 by Falstaff

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I suggest that the list-server does a grep on articles received,
and does not automatically mail them out if certain conditions
are met.
This could be in operation within a matter of days, perhaps.

"It's justice, Jim, but not as we know it."
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1995\10\09@045427 by Errington A

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I have had an apologetic message from .....abacusKILLspamspam@spam@abacus.com, who are attempting
to find who sent this stuff and used their address.

I think it is probably best to treat SPAMs like advertisments (commercials).
You can't stop them appearing, but you don't have to act on them.

I must say I got very angry with the recent SPAMs, but now I sympathise with
the sysops who get  100x more abuse than each list ever gets.

Andy
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1995\10\09@182458 by Scott Stephens

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>I have had an apologetic message from .....abacusKILLspamspam.....abacus.com, who are attempting
>to find who sent this stuff and used their address.
>
>I think it is probably best to treat SPAMs like advertisments (commercials).
> You can't stop them appearing, but you don't have to act on them.
>
>I must say I got very angry with the recent SPAMs, but now I sympathise with
>the sysops who get  100x more abuse than each list ever gets.

True. And I also see it as part of the price we pay for freedom on the
internet. If we turn to a sensor to protect us from spammers, next it may be
other material some consider offensive: political, sexual or religous. I
choose to ignore it and spare others the time wasted reading messages like
this one. (sorry).

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