What a perfect way to keep any discontented posts about your business quiet
Its wrong, if this list was the Business mailing list for his company
then yes. But since its supposed to be a open forum about towers.
Its wrong ....
On Tue, 11 Jan 2005 16:53:41 -0000, email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> He was able to re-subscribe and post his message. Apparently that has now
> changed so he cannot post any further - at least with that email address.
> If the reason is really related to a Champion Radio dispute, it's just not
> right. I think the people that post topics that are in no way related to
> towers or that verbally attack others are better candidates for banishment.
> John KK9A
> From: Bill Aycock <email@example.com>
> Another puzzler- if he was banned, how did he post to the list?
> At 10:02 PM 1/7/2005 -0500, Tom Rauch wrote:
> I'm mising something here. Why would behavior OFF any
> reflector shouldn't have anything to do with access to the
> I'm pretty sure Steve wouldn't do something like that unless
> there was a huge misunderstanding.
> 73 Tom
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