Re: Challenge-response mail filters considered harmful (was Re: Look at
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On Wed, Aug 06, 2003 at 03:10:21PM -0700, Alan Connor wrote:
> No offense intended, Lance, but you are just the sort of person that my
> CR system is designed to filter out.
Or you're just another person on the net wanting to ask an off-topic
question in tangent to a thread and being polite by taking it off
list. I get between 300 and 500 messages a day, and it's got to be a
bad day for SA to miss more than two spam (zero missed is average).
Like I'm ever going to remember every piece of email I send.
> If you are going to fire off mails to me, intruding in my private space,
> and can't even remember the subject of the mail or my name, then I don't
> want you to have access to my mailbox.
Well, at that point, why not just pack up the computer and ship it
back to the vendor? You'll get about as much mail either way then.
> That sort of thing is what mailing lists, chat rooms, newsgroups and
> bulletin boards are for.
No, public forums are not for private replies to people. If you can't
be bothered to leave an open, accessable channel of communication,
don't interact with people online.
.''`. Paul Johnson <email@example.com>
: :' : proud Debian admin and user
`- Debian - when you have better things to do than fix a system
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