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On Mon, 2007-06-18 at 09:09 -0400, Randy Vice wrote:
> On Mon, 18 Jun 2007, Ed Greshko wrote:
> 
> > jdow wrote:
> >> Chu - directing that at greshko might have been more appropriate.
> >> "Ed" was most impolite for no good reason. "Scroom and the horse
> >> he rode in on," would be a suitable reply for Ed's behavior.
> >
> > I'm not sure about "no good reason".  Somebody signs up for a mailing list
> > with their "normal" email address and it gets harvested and they get more
> > spam and then say the distribution is flawed based on that.....well it just
> > gets my goat.  The induhvidual blames everyone except themselves.
> >
> > Let's not get into a tit for tat on "behavior" shall we.  I can surely point
> > out times where others "behavior" went over my line....or is it over your
> > line....or is it over some imaginary line....
> >
> > The simple point I suppose I should have made is...you put your email
> > address on a public list and you expose yourself to spam.  Should the email
> > list be responsible to protect you from your folly?  I think not.
> 
> It would nice if Fedora was to setup spam filters when someone selects 
> a SMTP to be installed.  Sort of like how IPtables is setup to be 
> installed and running at boot.
> 
> Randy
How about pointing out that Linux has spam fighting programs that can be
used?
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