|Subject:||Re: List configuration|
|From:||"Thomas (maillists)" <thomas-lists@xxxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Sat, 17 Jan 2004 00:07:11 +0100|
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Arthur Corliss wrote:
I've got a damned good reason for sending this to the list: 1) Any managed list should have the applicable administrator subscribed, or someone who reports to him/her, and
Why? You could simply contact him directly.
2) Publicising the problem may cause others to confirm that they're seeing the exact same behaviour I am. As a result, the admin might be able to prioritise this based on the severity of the affected.
What is severe here? I got my local spamassassin catching the spam just fine.
Deal with it. Let's get the damned list fixed or boot me off. Either solution would provide positive results for me at this point.
You are free to unsubscribe. thomas
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