Re: Message from WEBER at BCRVM1
Mon, 11 Mar 1996 10:56:52 -0800 (PST)

Date: Mon, 11 Mar 1996 10:56:52 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: Message from WEBER at BCRVM1
In-Reply-To: <>
To: Jon Wallis <>
Cc: Scheckie Irons <>,,
Message-Id: <Pine.PMDF.3.91.960311104601.538968624D-100000@CARINS.CARIBOO.BC.CA>

I've received ten messages from WEBER in the last couple of hours and am 
getting heartily sick of them. This is worse than being spammed ! I 
appreciate Martin Hamilton's solution - but will the postmaster have to 
repeat it for every self-important individual who chooses to inflict his 
or her schedule upon us ? I suggest this, if not tantamount to spamming, 
is certainly highly inappropriate behaviour, and warrents WEBERs 
temporary removal from the list (if he wants to catch up he can read the 
archives). Alternatively, how do people feel about saving these messages 
- and mailing them back to WEBER on the 18th ? (Sorry if this sounds too 
extreme :-)   )


On Mon, 11 Mar 1996, Jon Wallis wrote:

> Hi 
> At 20:10 08/03/96 -0500, Scheckie Irons wrote:
> >> I will be unreachable via e-mail...
> >
> >Does no one reading this list have the authority to boot autoresponders run
> >amok?  If not, we have ten more days of drivel coming.
> I have now mailed "postmaster" at a number of times about this
> ridiculous situation (this cc'ed there too), but have not yet received a reply.
> Regards
> --
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