Spam to list participants (from openhosting.com & softcom.com)
antoine at kallab.com
Thu May 1 00:50:52 UTC 2014
> On Apr 30, 2014, at 8:26 PM, "illoai at gmail.com" <illoai at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 30 April 2014 06:15, Mike Sanders <tmp1 at freebsd.hypermart.net> wrote:
>> RW wrote:
>>>> If a policy were implemented whereby (say) the first
>>>> two messages of new subscribers where approved/denied
>>>> by the list-owner, this problem would end.
>>> It wouldn't, it's off-list.
>> Which implies all list members email addresses are exposed
>> to the world at large? How else would an email address be
>> gained by spammers... If that's the case it needs to be changed.
> Spammers can subscribe to the list, you know. This is
> a public list, so, yes, by definition literally anyone in the
> entire world who has an internet connexion can see every
> single email that you send to the list, & your email address
> (& mine & Jerry Seinfeld's too, if he sends email to the list).
> It is a public list.
Should it stay that way?
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