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Re: Postings to www-html@w3.org reported as spam at spamcop?

From: Jeremy Rand <jeremy@asofok.org>
Date: Wed, 19 Nov 2003 19:48:37 -0600
Message-ID: <3FBC1D75.4050205@asofok.org>
To: www-html@w3.org
Well, I've reported a lot of /real/ spam sent through the list to 
SpamCop.  I haven't reported anything else, though.

Christian Wolfgang Hujer wrote:

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>Hello dear list members,
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>this is a bit off-topic, yet there is no other place to discuss.
>I have been reported to spamcop because of my postings to this list, in 
>particular my postings about the @hreflang and @type attribute and about the 
>Link Types Start and Index.
>
>Therefor I want to know that
>a) Does anyone think my postings to this list are spam? ;-)
>b) Has anyone else been wrongly reported to spamcop like me?
>
>I also want to request that the reporter cancels his spamcop reports.
>If he received these mails, he recieved them for his subscription of 
>www-html@w3.org, not because I or anyone else sent unsolicited bulk mail.
>Also, we're not advertising products, we're technically discussing HTML and 
>XHTML.
>
>If he got subscribed by accident or by someone else, he shall simply 
>unsubscribe by sending mail to www-html-request@w3.org with unsubscribe as 
>subject.
>But please stop your unjustified reports to spamcop!
>
>I'd never send spam, receiving more than 150 spam mails a day I hate spam 
>myself. (Thanks to spamassassin this isn't really a problem, just annoying)
>
>
>Greetings
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