[Mailman-Users] Multi list management ..
khillo100 at hotmail.com
Sat Sep 6 21:25:14 CEST 2008
first of all, godaddy has a very very strict policy against spamming, you can read about it in their website.. if they noticed the least of bounces they would terminate your whole server .. besides, my list is OPT-IN and I never use the mass subscribe feature unless I want to move people from one list to another ..
second, what I meant was: each subscriber likes the service so much that he sends it to his friends, and his friends like it so much that most of them subscribe.. for the service is very cool, a single line of quote that is never hard to read with great wisdom and benefit .. Third, you should think better of people, religious messages is not about bugging other people it's about teaching them not to disturb other people ..Thanks..
> Date: Sat, 6 Sep 2008 10:47:36 -0500> To: khillo100 at hotmail.com; mailman-users at python.org> From: brad at shub-internet.org> Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] Multi list management ..> > At 1:57 AM +0000 9/6/08, Khalil Abbas wrote:> > > it's a religious list and each subscriber invites all his friends to> > subscribe, each one subscriber can make up to 100 people subscribe and> > that's the beauty of it..> > Okay, so you're spamming up to 100 people, at the request of a single > person. Doesn't sound like a good idea to me.> > > by the way, the list is about 200,000+ in size, but I have to divide it> > on several servers because godaddy (where I host the lists) limits the> > daily smtp relays so I can't send them all using only one server .. I have> > 3 servers with 100,000 emails per day limit each..> > Given the way you've described it, I think we should probably contact > GoDaddy and get them to terminate all your accounts.> > Now, if you can convince me that you've been misinterpreted or > misunderstood, I might hold off on doing that. But you've got a > tough job ahead of you.> > -- > Brad Knowles <brad at shub-internet.org>> LinkedIn Profile: <http://tinyurl.com/y8kpxu>
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