6439Re: Dear moderators
- Apr 28, 2008I'd rather not do that. It's hard on the moderators and the person
making the initial post. I think that most people find this while
looking for a solution. To deny them the ability you post their
question until a moderator can approve them just does not seem like
the right thing to do to me.
The various moderators will ban the spammer and delete the spammer
messages from the yahoo group.
Anyway, that's enough talks about spam.
--- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com, <jtomlins@...> wrote:
> Put new members on the "messages need approval" setting. Also use
setting that means all applications to join the group must be approved
by a moderator.
> If there aren't enough moderators/admins to acheive this, then
appoint some more.
> Jon Tomlins
> > From: "musikgoat" <musikgoat@...>
> > Date: 2008/04/28 Mon AM 08:46:54 BST
> > To: LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com
> > Subject: [LinkStation_General] Re: Dear moderators
> > --- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com, "cook_mysock"
> > <cook_mysock@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Any chance you could bounce the guys who just sign up here in
> > > send spam out to the real members?
> > >
> > Our intentions are to delete, remove, and ban any spammers from the
> > group as soon as they are caught. There may be days that we cannot
> > catch the spammer until one of us are at a machine, though.
> > You can have an impact by flagging spam if its inconvenient enough for
> > your to visit the site and flag it. If not, we will remove it, but
> > that doesn't stop the spam from being sent out.
> > I've sent a message to the other mods to see if there is more to do
> > proactively instead of retroactively.
> > -goat
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