I haven't really noticed any spam on the IT-DISCUSS indexes that I
receive. Are you sure that the it-discuss address isn't being spoofed in
messages to some of us, and that it isn't actually coming through the
On Wed, 22 Mar 2006 15:56:46 -0500, Chris Moran <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>Quoting Geoffrey Duke <[log in to unmask]>:
>> I'm willing to adjust the list configuration if the community feels the
>> change is helpful and the subscription housekeeping issue is minor.
>> Please let me know what you think.
>Is traffic to this list not filtered through spamassassin first?
>I don't like this listserv software... but we're entrenched in it now.
>At this point, I'm fed up with spammers and since I don't know
>precicely where they live to pull some real justice I'm open to doing
>what it takes.
>If my gmail only lets one spam per about 300 messages or more get
>through the filter, I gotta imagine there's a real solution here.
>At some point in time, some serious action needs to be taken upon
>spammers. My understanding is that it is still currently illegal. I
>guess we need to claim it's a national security issue or acts of
>terrorism for anytrhing to happen, no?
>(most spam I get is completely useless and even if I was interested in
>whatever junk they are pushing, most of the time there isn't even a way
>to get it... I just don't understand how this is happening!)
>Chris [log in to unmask]"no comment"
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