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Re: [suse-security] Curious response
From: Keith Roberts (keithtopaz5.worldonline.co.uk)
Date: Fri Dec 12 2003 - 05:33:42 CST
Why doesn't SuSE just strip the sender's email address from
all the emails that are posted to this list, AFTER mailing
the subscribers list first, and BEFORE archiving them on the
SuSE server for reference purposes.
Then only list members would have access to each other's
email addresses, and they would not be available from the
archives on the net for the whole world to see (and
(Do a Google search with your own email address and see what
If anyone reads the archives on the webserver, and wants to
reply to the sender, then they will have to join the list
like the rest of us, and post to the list (if they are not
already on mailing list).
Off-list discussions could continue on the understanding
that PRIVATE email addresses are not included in any further
emails to the public mailing list.
HTH - Kind Regards
On Thu, 11 Dec 2003, GertJan Spoelman wrote:
> To: suse-securitysuse.com
> From: GertJan Spoelman <nobodylocalhost.invalid>
> Subject: Re: [suse-security] Curious response
> On Thursday 11 December 2003 21:41, Richard wrote:
> > > My spam filter says: Yes, this is in my spam pool, but I don't know
> > > whether it is related to this list.
> > My <suse-securitynergenshuizen.nl> emailaddress is used only for this
> > list and is published nowhere else. That's why I asked here.
> That's one of the reasons why I post to this list without revealing my
> email-address, previously I also used an separate email-address only for this
> list, spammers are still trying to deliver spam to it.
> Email address is invalid, so don't reply directly, I'm on the list.
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