From: Brinkley, Thomas [EMC/STL] (Thomas.Brinkley@emotors.com)
Date: Wed May 14 2003 - 18:41:44 EEST
Just a thought. It would sure help if there was a way to code the subject
line with some sort of identification that only the "real" rp-ml users would
use. This would make screening out spam much easier since you wouldn't have
to open the email to find out that it is junk. You would be able to delete
the spam with less effort.
From: Paul.Bates@reebok.com [mailto:Paul.Bates@reebok.com]
Sent: Wednesday, May 14, 2003 9:31 AM
Subject: Re: The RPML should be fixed and not abandoned.
I also have been a subscriber for many years, and due to my company's
e-mail policies, I have not been able to post to the list very often. I
use this list as a significant resource as I follow the RP industry. I
have received a tremendous amount of knowledge from those who post to this
list. I also have been saddened by the amount of SPAM that is passed on to
me by this list, and the anti-SPAM messages contribute far too much to the
problem. If there is a way to reduce the SPAM, that would be great, and if
SPAM does sneak in, can we all just hit the delete key?
I now promise to post to this list and become a much more active member of
the RPML community... as along as everyone else promises to just delete!
To quote John Irvin, "I've said my piece, I'm staying".
Director of Advanced Process Engineering - Reebok International
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