32378Re: [midatlanticretro] RE: Bye, bye, Yahoo
- Sep 11, 2013David Riley <fraveydank@...> writes:
>I just use it as mail and it just works. No fuss, no muss. The only time I'=That's ALL I use. I signed on via email just like have have in the past with
>d need to use the web interface is to look at the archives, as others have =
dozens of mailing list. However, I'm concerned that Yahoo, while lusting to
accrue more saleable data, could soon decide to cut off the mailing list only
>I'm inclined to agree with Bill on this one, since I've done low-level web =I run the progressive rock internet radio station, Aural Moon. Its web site
>hosting for years. The one time I hosted a forum, it was a DISASTER; porn s=
>pammers invaded it within a week despite some pretty decent security measur=
>es. If you're going to insist on switching from Yahoo, PLEASE make sure it'=
>s to a format that allows for access as a mailing list.
has a very active forum and there are very few forum SPAMmers. That's due to
me incorporating some specialized PHP scripting that exploits StopForumSpam's
database as well as providing a cooling down period for a new user before he
or she can post in the forum. The latter is based on an observation that the
typical forum SPAMmer is a signup-and-SPAM and never to be seen again user.
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