[TRLog] Spam

Paul Hicks VE3ZT ve3bbh@interlog.com
Wed, 22 Apr 1998 19:37:07 -0400


I only notice 2 or 3 posts re this, don't know if you got lots directly,
but hey, to me it's not a big deal to hit the trash icon. If you've got to
put in extra time on my (our) behalf regarding spam, please, leave things
as they are.

If I know how (and I don't), I'd look after this stuff personally by
repaying the kind sender(s) of spam by return mail, or by dumping it back
into their ISP's mail server, etc.--in spades!

As far as I'm concerned, let's try do deal with this stuff individually,
maybe some tips on how to do it from the experts!!

I enjoy this Reflector, the people involved here and the shared information.

Look for me at the bottom of the pile-ups and I'll get you guys on the next

73, Paul Hicks




At 09:37 AM 4/22/98 -0700, you wrote:
>Okay - it looks like the consensus is to close the list.
>If someone does post from a different address than the one they
>are subscribed to, it will bounce to me for approval.  This takes
>up my limited bandwidth, but I will try to approve them.
>If there are too many of these, I will just start ignoring them.
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