[icecast] Is there Spam in the list?
tim at nvhs.nl
Thu Sep 27 22:06:12 UTC 2001
yes, and that wasn't the first time spam has been sent to this list,
the list uses majordomo, which I consider a overbloated dirty perl
I would like the icecast mailing list managers to consider using
Listar (it's now called ecartis), which I feel works much better.
listar is better against spam than majordomo.
* Xavier Montero <xmontero at dsitelecom.com> [010927 23:56]:
> I'm getting some messages that seem to be spam in the list...
> Am I the only one? Is this punctual or typical in the list?
> Was not it a list where people had to sign-up? How do they
> > ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A WORK-AT-HOME JOB?
> > -- EITHER PART-TIME OR FULL-TIME??
> > This email is sent in compliance with our strict
> > anti-abuse regulations. This is not SPAM. This
> Sure! Not Spam! Ha, ha!
> Xavier Montero - Digital Sound Items, scp
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