Re: as much business as you can handle
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I would like to agree with this...
in fact...I get about 200-500 e-mails a day between
3 debian lists (users, devel, and mentors) and BUGTRAQ
and on all of those lists...
I get more spam directly to my own personal adress than
to any list (course bugtraq is moderated...I think I only
once saw a spam slip through)
and I at most get 3 spams a day to my personal adress...I see what...
3 a week on the debian lists?
I don't see any reason change anythin gyet (should the spam
get to be a real problem however...)
hell many people here spend more bandwith bickering (and I do mean
bickering) back and forth every day than spams to this list take up in a
On Thu, 30 Apr 1998, Hamish Moffatt wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 30, 1998 at 12:36:59AM +0000, Rev. Joseph Carter wrote:
> > I really think the lists should reject mail from those not subscribed.
> I really don't. Sometimes it is convenient to post from locations other
> than where I am subscribed. The email address I use is always valid,
> but I don't need multiple subscriptions to a bunch of high traffic lists.
> Unless you have an automated way to add yourself as a posting-only subscriber,
> or supply additional postable addresses for yourself, I think it should
> be left alone.
> Hamish Moffatt, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
> Latest Debian packages at ftp://ftp.rising.com.au/pub/hamish. PGP#EFA6B9D5
> CCs of replies from mailing lists are welcome. http://hamish.home.ml.org
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