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(How) Are these lists maintained?

From: Frank Heckenbach
Subject: (How) Are these lists maintained?
Date: Thu, 12 May 2005 06:21:00 +0200
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Sorry if this question is a bit off-topic in the list, but how are
these lists maintained? Or, are they maintained at all?

Because of a problem with spam filtering (see below), I wrote to
<address@hidden> twice (25 Feb, 8 Mar) and till today
(2 months later) I didn't even get a reply. Also the serious (IMHO)
problem with phishings in the archives I mentioned below still

I've now let the MLM kick me out, and subscribed again from another
address with a differently set up spam filter, though only to this
list (no more to help-bison and bison-patches), and I might
unsubscribe again. BTW, if there will be any questions or issues
about my (few) contributions, feel free to contact me by PM as I
might not read it on the lists.

I wrote to address@hidden:

: address@hidden wrote:
: > Your membership in the mailing list Bison-patches has been disabled
: > due to excessive bounces The last bounce received from you was dated
: > 22-Feb-2005.  You will not get any more messages from this list until
: > you re-enable your membership.  You will receive 3 more reminders like
: > this before your membership in the list is deleted.
: >
: > To re-enable your membership, you can simply respond to this message
: > (leaving the Subject: line intact), or visit the confirmation page at
: >
: >     http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/confirm/bison-patches/<token>
: >
: >
: > You can also visit your membership page at
: >
: >     http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/options/bison-patches/frank%40g-n-u.de
: >
: >
: > On your membership page, you can change various delivery options such
: > as your email address and whether you get digests or not.  As a
: > reminder, your membership password is
: >
: >     <password>
: >
: > If you have any questions or problems, you can contact the list owner
: > at
: >
: >     address@hidden
: According to my mail server log (time in CET):
: 2005-02-21 17:16:17 1D3GEL-0006sr-7g H=(lists.gnu.org) [] 
F=<address@hidden> rejected after DATA: This message contains malware 
: 2005-02-22 17:12:12 1D3cdv-0007ft-HU H=(lists.gnu.org) [] 
F=<address@hidden> rejected after DATA: This message contains malware 
: 2005-02-22 17:17:30 1D3cj3-0007nj-VZ H=(lists.gnu.org) [] 
F=<address@hidden> rejected after DATA: This message contains malware 
: According to your archive the messages are indeed phishings
: (<http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/bison-patches/2005-02/msg00009.html>
: etc.).
: So apparently our mail server rejects some malware that got through
: yours. If that's a problem, I'll indeed have to unsubscribe from
: this and other lists, as I don't plan to disable my spam filter.
: BTW, the archive even seems to display the messages in the phisher's
: way, i.e. show an ebay URL and link to somewhere else. Some readers
: might not like this ...


Frank Heckenbach, address@hidden
GnuPG and PGP keys: http://fjf.gnu.de/plan (7977168E)

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