Re: Dealing with SPAM

From: Joe Rhett <>
Date: Wed, 1 Apr 1998 02:56:26 -0800 (PST)

> >It could be. I think we would end up cutting out
> >more legitimate messages than SPAM, but if enough
> >people want squid-users to operate that way I'll set it up.

> I agree. I bet there are a lot of squid users out there who need to post
> the occassional cry for help to the list but don't want to wade through 30
> odd messages a day being a member of the list.
Ah. So having to subscribe to the list might actually make them read the
FAQ before posting .... so why is this a bad thing?

Honestly, I find it almost useless to read squid-users because 99% of it
is people far too lazy to actually read the available docs. Forcing them
to subscribe could only improve the content level of the list.

Joe Rhett						  Systems Engineer
JRhett@Navigist.Com					  Navigist
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