It wasn't just yesterday. Not to revive a dead horse but I received over
30 spam mails from the XFS list in the last 24 hours.
Something needs to be done if this list is going to remain useful to a
Before someone flames me to be unsubscribe if I don't like it, I am a
step ahead of you.
On Fri, 2004-01-16 at 18:28, Eric Sandeen wrote:
> On Fri, 2004-01-16 at 17:16, Arthur Corliss wrote:
> > > 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.
> We do not plan to change our previous conscious decision to keep the
> list open. It's not broken, it's intentional. I'm sorry you don't like
> it. It's not your choice. staying subscribed, or not, is your choice.
> spamd died for a while, some spam got through, deal with it. If you
> can't deal with it, please -do- unsubscribe. This thread has had higher
> volume, and not much more useful content, then the small bit of spam
> that leaked through.
Darrell Michaud <dmichaud@xxxxxxx>