Great suggestings. The list has stayed pretty clean over the last
year. I went back and found a handful of spam messages. I will see
what I can do to keep it clean
On the second topic of moderators, is anyone interested in co-
moderating with me? It takes no time or effort really. I have not
done a thing with the list over the last 10 months except read posts.
Please let me know if interested in sharing the "work"
--- In Airolite_Boats@yahoogroups.com
, Scott Perkins <2scott@...>
> as the owner of a dozen yahoo groups I can suggest changing the
> settings to moderate new members only.
> As an alternative, dont do any moderation at all but require new
> members to request permission to join with a statement as to why
> they want to. This keeps out the computer spam robots.
> I also suggest heavily that you appoint several additional
> co moderators for when you might lose your interest or your
> jm_silverman wrote:
> > Roland,
> > That is a very good question. I am not sure how to keep the spam
> > showing up. I started this group with the intention of keeping
> > to the public without registration restrictions but if it makes
> > to lock down the list to approve any newcomers, then I am open to
> > Anyone have any suggestions or thoughts about keeping our group
> > of spam?
> > Joel
> > Minneapolis, MN
> > Moderator
> > --- In Airolite_Boats@yahoogroups.com, "rueffingkidding"
> > <rueffingkidding@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Now, I'm not saying that this group gets an objectionable
> > > spam. However, it seems to get maybe two or three such
> > > week, and I belong to a couple of other groups with higher
> > > volume that do not seem to get any. So, is that sheer luck, or
> > > trick that could be utilized here? Anyone know?
> > >
> > > -Roland
> > >
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