khillo100 at hotmail.com
Fri Jan 25 07:41:14 CET 2008
Now this is the most logical and reasonale answer I've ever got .. this is what I call: a reply from a professional.. she's right, I have no idea that this is spamming.. all I know about spamming is those who send you repeatedly every once in a while, and all I wanna do is send a simple invite and that's all.. if this is spamming, then screw it .. I'm no programmer and no whiz.. somebody gave me this huge list of emails for money and said it will make people more aware of my site if I used it to invite them ..
anyways, thanks cyndi.. I really appeciate your help ..
and for the guys who thrashed me.. thanks too, but I didn't know..
anyways, no harm done..
> Date: Thu, 24 Jan 2008 16:22:09 -0800> From: cyndi at tikvah.com> To: hansen at rc.org> CC: zszalbot at gmail.com; khillo100 at hotmail.com; mailman-users at python.org; cyndi at tikvah.com> Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] Promotion> > Date: Thu, 24 Jan 2008 15:31:48 -0800> From: Allan Hansen <hansen at rc.org>> > So I suppose that the best response is to simply ignore requests such as> this which so obviously is from a spammer.> > I disagree. They shouldn't be ignored. They should be denounced.> > Previous posters covered all the bases just in (the unlikely) case the> poster had a legit list (or perhaps a list he was told was legit when he> bought it). I can't imagine this guy is a seasoned spammer with full> knowledge of what he is doing or he wouldn't have posted for help. If he> wants to do things legally and ethically, it's not too late. If he> doesn't, well, we're not going to help him with his mailer issues.> > Cyndi>
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