Heh, that's why I copied my original reply to the person directly. If
it was a mistake, most ppl would apologize for the error/email
And I would always check that the email addy was not taken over before I
did anything so... fun. *evil grin*
Besides... the last message about it was a coupe days ago. :p So we had
moved on... to the silence... as we wait for Keith to get things
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> From: ondemannen [mailto:corinth@...]
> Sent: Thursday, May 02, 2002 4:33 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [pcgen-xml] Enough, please ...
> --- In pcgen-xml@y..., Mynex <mynex3@c...> wrote:
> > If I see this type of garbage again, I have plenty of wonderful
> > utilities *cough* that I would be _more_ than happy to send to the
> > offenders email addy, filling up their email.
> > I wonder is spammers like getting spam? *evil grin*
> > I replied from my personal email addy to the group and to the addy
> > listed... let's see if they bother to read that email or if it's
> just a
> > bogus addy for spamming... probably the latter... *rolls eyes*
> ... snip ...
> I don't think that is such a bright idea. A couple of months back
> someone used my address to send spam to 100+ people. Luckily, for me,
> the mail domain (dial-up spam) was blocked.
> Imagine, 100+ angry users all mailing my address to let me know how
> pleased they were with this ?
> Or even better, if they then started to clog my mailbox cause of some
> stupid jerk ?
> Nah ... leave it ... delete the mail/file and move on ... and let's
> stop this discussion already and move on to something which isn't
> spam-related ...
> BTW, how's the DTD coming ?
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