Re: Message from WEBER at BCRVM1

Min Hwan Lee (
Sun, 24 Mar 1996 15:25:24 -0700 (GMT)

Date: Sun, 24 Mar 1996 15:25:24 -0700 (GMT)
From: "Min Hwan Lee (KOICA)" <>
To: MegaZone <>
Subject: Re: Message from WEBER at BCRVM1
In-Reply-To: <>
Message-Id: <Pine.SOL.3.91.960324152519.535A-100000@nsu>

On Mon, 11 Mar 1996, MegaZone wrote:

> Once upon a time shaped the electrons to say...
> >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 
> It is probably just a fuckup, once upon a time I setup 'vacation' and
> set the timeout too low.  It only meant the lists I was on got one message
> every couple of days, but I learned from that.  
> No need to get rabid about it, two filtering solutions (procmail and filter)
> have been posted.  And it really isn't hard to hit the delete key a few times
> by hand.
> When he returns just point out to him what he did and ask him to not do it
> in the future.
> >archives). Alternatively, how do people feel about saving these messages 
> >- and mailing them back to WEBER on the 18th ? (Sorry if this sounds too 
> If I were you're admin and you did that, your access would be yanked fast
> enough to give you friction burn.  This is the same thing as mailbombing,
> and it never does anything except harrass the admin and potentially mess up
> mail to the site and hurts everyone involved.  It's a childish reaction and
> I hope we're above that level here.
> -MZ
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