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Re: A daily word of caution in reference Tim C[unt] May
On Wed, 25 Sep 1996 18:11:22 -0400, [email protected] wrote:
>Did you know this company is using your email address as part of
>an unlawful email bomb?
>I would advise you to write to them at [email protected]
>and [email protected] and advise them to stop
>using your email address for this type of activity.
Hmmmm... Unlawful email bomb? My understanding is that the entire problem
of spaming, which you reportedly enage in (and admitted such in another
message), is at best a grey area. Otherwise you'd probably be needing that
legal department to defend yourself.
I'd suggest you read up on the concept of a mailing list.
[email protected] is one of those. If you send a message there, it'll
reach all 1400 people who've actually signed up (note the difference from
spamming? They *requested* it!). To me it looks like you got subscribed.
send a message to [email protected] with the text of "unsubscribe
cypherpunks" and you'll be removed. Speaking of which, remove me from the
list you mentioned in your other message....
>It is illegal to use a invalid return email address.
Really? I must have missed the E-Mail Regulations Act of 1996 . . .
Speaking of which,
Reply-to: [email protected] (Chris Adams)
must be a valid address; your inane message reached me, right?
>Below is the letter that I received in my email box
Hmmmm... The message I sent to the list actually got distributed to the
list. That majordomo thingie must work, after all...
# Chris Adams <[email protected]> | http://www.io-online.com/adamsc/adamsc.htp
# <[email protected]> | send mail with subject "send PGPKEY"