Subject Re: [IBO] To Brazilian subscribers - PLEASE READ
Author Artur Anjos

The problem with this is that 'they wont read this warning message'.
(because you don't respond to confirmation message). See the problem? :-)

In Brazilian lists, I just remove them from the list as soon as I get the
first warning and wait for them to contact me asking why.

But I give up after a few weeks - too much work - and I just configure my
postfix to delete this messages as soon as they arrive. Argh"#$"#$"# to!


----- Original Message -----
From: "Helen Borrie" <helebor@...>
To: <>
Sent: Wednesday, October 15, 2003 3:18 AM
Subject: [IBO] To Brazilian subscribers - PLEASE READ

> If you are subscribed to the list as a member of the @... mail
> domain, you are likely to lose your right to receive mail from the list if
> you do not QUICKLY set up in your "white
> list". I don't know who invented this anti-spam tool but it really stinks
> worse than the spam itself.
> I am getting REALLY SICK of having to stop work to go onto the web and
> disable mail delivery to offending subscribers. Note that I can't respond
> to your ISP's confirmation message -- even if I were willing to (and I'm
> Helen