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Subject: Re: Complaining About Spam, and Doing Something About It
From: Merrill Cook <mcook @ ecunet . org>
Date: Thu, 16 May 1996 14:58:30 -0400 (EDT)
To: List-Managers @ greatcircle . com
In-reply-to: <199605161503 . IAA13274 @ miles . greatcircle . com> from "Eric Thomas" at May 16, 96 04:58:28 pm

>From Eric Thomas:
> 
> It doesn't  matter if the  AOL lists are  hit. There are  enough LISTSERV
> lists worldwide  (that KK certainly  knows about) for LISTSERV  to detect
> the  spam one  way or  the  other. It  doesn't matter  if AOL's  LISTSERV
> detects the spam itself or receives  an alert from another LISTSERV site,

Are you saying that listserv sites notify each other if they get 
a spam?  Interesting.  Is the mechanism proprietary, or could other
list software do the same thing?
-- 
  Regards,

  Merrill Cook 
  Louisville KY 
  mcook @
 pcusa .
 org     or MERRILL COOK on Ecunet/PresbyNet
  http://www.pcusa.org/pcusa.html
      -+-


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