Dear Science-for-the-People people -
On the same day SFTP member Mitchel Cohen reposted the NY-area NoSpray
Coalition newsletter to the SFTP list-serv, the Nospray newsletter began
arriving in both of my emails -- office and home -- to be followed by a
long, and infinitely annoying series of "unsubscribe", "Get me
unsubscribe," and "*!#@!! unsubscribe" emails.
I become unavailable to my students, valued colleagues, even my mother,
when my mail accounts are overrun by such zealous over-sharing of
members' personal crusades.
Given that Mitchel Cohen is a leading participant in NoSpray (see
excerpted newsletter below), I believe that he is most likely the one
able to untangle this unwanted list-serv crossover.
Can you, Mitchel, or anyone else, put an immediate stop to this problem
that has clearly imposed on dozens of people?
Is there a way to prevent this kind of intrusive spamming from recurring
environmental science program
University of Idaho
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>Sent: Tuesday, June 28, 2005 4:04 AM
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>Subject: NoSpray Newz: Pesticides' Lawsuit update, & Forum in Brooklyn
>Thursday, June 30
>June 28, 2005
>The newsletter of the NoSpray Coalition.
>IN THIS ISSUE:
>1. Judge Daniels issues favorable ruling on environmental legal issues in
>NoSpray Coalition lawsuit.
>2. NoSpray Coalition forum in Brooklyn THURSDAY, June 30, 7:30 pm. Guest
>speaker, biologist Javiera Rulli from Argentina, and No Spray activist