freebsd-questions generated spams!
Brandon J. Wandersee
brandon.wandersee at gmail.com
Mon Jun 15 00:14:19 UTC 2015
Jon Radel writes:
> On Sun, 14 Jun 2015 22:46:49 +0100
> Steve Burton <steve at sliderule.demon.co.uk> wrote:
>> When this happens the list gets more emails describing and
>>explaining the cause than we get chinese 'spam' :)
> Some of it from people who don't bother to trim. Grrrrr.
> --Jon Radel
The problem requires three quick steps:
1) Create a filter in your email account to automatically delete
anything from that address
2) Enjoy a couples days of not having to deal with it.
3) Shake your head and sigh when your inbox becomes clogged with
complaints from other people who haven't figured it out for
Like others here, I've seen more discussions on the "spam" than I have
of the "spam" itself. "Spam" is in quotation marks because apparently
it's really just some dimwit's auto-reply.
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