gene.heskett at verizon.net
Sun Oct 19 10:36:00 EDT 2003
On Sunday 19 October 2003 10:21, Dennis Bathory-Kitsz wrote:
>At 11:15 AM 10/19/03 -0300, you wrote:
>>I am receiving some Spam, similar to the spam I received from the
>> Princeton list, but straight from other sources, mainly from a
>> supposed address of Microsoft and infected by virus. Of course the
>> amount of spam is lower than in the previous list. I only use this
>> address for the coco list, then I supposed they took it from
>>Is somebody having same problem?
>Everybody? I get 300-400 copies of that Swen virus every day, and
> over 1,000 pieces of other spam. But the names on this list are
> private, there are only CoCo subscribers, and the addresses are
> obfuscated on the gmane news servers. If you're getting spam, it's
> not from this list.
>The only possibility is those who from this list continue to
> cross-post to Princeton in response to something you may have
Chuckle.. Amazingly Dennis, I didn't even have to adjust (yet) kmails
sorter, these messages were deposited in the coco folder on receipt.
You may want to see if I got double or triple subscribed as I'd sent
responses to both emails, and on the web page contained in one of the
previous msgs. Once is enough (for mailing lists anyway :-) )
Its good to be back home again. I made a lengthy post to the
bit.listserver last night after Mike had said I was back.
AMD K6-III at 500mhz 320M
Athlon1600XP at 1400mhz 512M
99.21% setiathome rank, not too shabby for a WV hillbilly. I lost .06%
while I was gone, darnit! I'll probably never get it back without
some faster hardware though...
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