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Re: List configuration

To: "Thomas (maillists)" <thomas-lists@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: List configuration
From: Arthur Corliss <corliss@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 16 Jan 2004 14:16:40 -0900 (AKST)
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On Sat, 17 Jan 2004, Thomas (maillists) wrote:

> Why? You could simply contact him directly.

Again:  one stone, two birds (points 1 & 2).

> What is severe here? I got my local spamassassin catching the spam just
> fine.

And I've got SGI white-listed because, for some reason, my patch updates for
IRIX were getting caught by some of SpamAssassin's checks.  The irony is
that's not really the point.  Listen to me carefully, children:  treat the
cause, not the symptom.  This would all be moot if SGI wasn't running an open
list.  It's that simple.

> You are free to unsubscribe.

Yes, I am.  But until someone from SGI tells me that they refuse to fix the
list config, I'm going to stay and hope it gets fixed.  I want to get the
legitimate e-mails, I just don't want the spam.  And I really don't think I'm
being unreasonable for expecting that much.

        --Arthur Corliss
          Bolverk's Lair -- http://arthur.corlissfamily.org/
          Digital Mages -- http://www.digitalmages.com/
          "Live Free or Die, the Only Way to Live" -- NH State Motto


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