On Sat, 11 Nov 1995, Jason and Jill wrote:
> Anyone else think its about time the lists command was chucked
> altogether? It doesn't serve much of a purpose--all you get is a list of
> the listnames at a certain host, few listowners put in the one-line info
> about the purpose of the list, so what good is the command to anyone
> besides spammers putting together their distribution list.
I use lists. I find it useful for my "customers." I'm also pretty diligent
about tweaking the advertise regexps so company lists aren't published to
the outside world. I do make who's private by default on my system too.
It should be fairly easy to add a "shunning" feature to resend, it's
pretty close to the $opt_I code. Addresses that match regular expressions
in a config file get dropped, or the sender gets a bounce message "Your
address has been used for spamming, we will no longer distribute mail from
this address. If you feel that there has been an error, contact
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