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[TenTec] Spamming to the Reflector

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Subject: [TenTec] Spamming to the Reflector
From: EdGuzis@cris.com (Ed Guzis .)
Date: Fri, 2 Jan 1998 06:35:13 -0600
Howard (and TenTec Mail Reflector subscribers),

I am frustrated also with the Spams being sent to the TenTec Mail Reflector
- I follow up on the Spams directly and ask that the Mail Reflector be
removed from their mailing list + give a short "friendly" lecture at the
same time.  So far I have had good luck.  The only other alternative I know
of is to go to a completely moderated forum.  I would have to approve each
message before it can be posted.  That is a "last resort" solution in my
humble opinion.  I would like to avoid it if at all possible and keep the
information flowing freely.

So please, in the future, put up with the infrequent Spams if you can. 
Know that I am doing what I can to prevent them from occurring.  And
please, if you have a problem like this that you would like to comment on,
send it directly to me instead of posting it on the Mail Reflector.  This
will also help reduce unrelated mail.


Ed Guzis, W9TW <w9tw@contesting.com>
TenTec Mail Reflector Administrator

From: Howard Smith
Subject: [TenTec] 3000 Sites New Red Hot Ad Service 
To: <tentec@contesting.com>
Date: Thursday, January 01, 1998 10:30 PM

This is the second 'spam' that I have gotten from terry@inawhile.com.
Isn't there some way
that the 'Extractor Pro Bulk E- Mail Software' can be blocked from finding
the reflector's web site?  I really hate to see this kind of stuff arriving
at my e-mail box.
Howard Smith, WA9AXQ


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