I wouldn't recommend a radical change unless the spam
becomes more rampant. It isn't really very bad at
this point, it was mostly curiosity about the
difference across what seem to be similar technical
interest groups with similar policies that drove the
--- jm_silverman <jm_silverman@...
> That is a very good question. I am not sure how to
> keep the spam from
> showing up. I started this group with the intention
> of keeping it open
> to the public without registration restrictions but
> if it makes sense
> to lock down the list to approve any newcomers, then
> I am open to it.
> Anyone have any suggestions or thoughts about
> keeping our group clean
> of spam?
> Minneapolis, MN
> --- In Airolite_Boats@yahoogroups.com,
> <rueffingkidding@...> wrote:
> > Now, I'm not saying that this group gets an
> objectionable amount of
> > spam. However, it seems to get maybe two or three
> such messages per
> > week, and I belong to a couple of other groups
> with higher message
> > volume that do not seem to get any. So, is that
> sheer luck, or some
> > trick that could be utilized here? Anyone know?
> > -Roland
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