[antispam-f] Re: Multi-spam. A new tactic?

  • From: davehigton@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • To: antispam@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, Rod at Orpheusmail <GroverR@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2006 09:44:26 +0100

Quoting Rod at Orpheusmail <GroverR@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:

> In article <4e79037732Jeremy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
> Jeremy C B Nicoll <Jeremy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > In article <14b050784e.Dave@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
> > Dave Barnett <dave@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> [snip]
> 'Fraid this is a bit OT but...
> Jeremy C B Nicoll <Jeremy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > The antispam maillist moved to freelists some time ago (smartgroups being
> > very very slow).  Did you not get the mails about moving?
> > The freelist is operated, from your point of view, much like any other
> > *nix-based list.  To subscribe, send an e-mail, from the address you want
> > subscribed, to antispam-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with "subscribe" in the
> > subject.
> > Once you're subscribed, you simply send mail to antispam@xxxxxxxxxxxxx and
> > it will be distributed to us all.
> > To unsubscribe... yes, you've guessed it: send an e-mail from the address
> > you want unsubscribed, to antispam-request@freelists org with
> "unsubscribe"
> > in the subject.
> I subscribed but haven't receive anything since the 8th October via
> freelist.org.  It seems that most people are still using smartgroups; or is
> something wrong at my end?

You are correctly subscribed to the Antispam list at freelists.org.
Please don't use the smartgroups address.  You should receive three
copies of this posting: one privately to you, one via freelists,
and (eventually) one via smartgroups.

There is currently very little traffic because very few people are


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