Fw: [clug] Flirting Techniiques For Men

Neill Cox neill.cox at ingenious.com.au
Tue Apr 21 22:28:02 GMT 2009

I'm perhaps spoiled by gmail's  filters - I haven't seen any today, and I
didn't get Don's original message either.

We have this discussion regularly and (so far) always end up leaving the
list open - I vote for the status quo.

Two reasons for leaving thelist open:

   -  I prefer the open nature of the list - it allows people who are not
yet part of the community to dip a toe in the water and post questions more

   -  I don't need to check that I am sending mail from the same address
that I subscribed from - depending on my current work environment it can be
any of 3 or 4 addresses.  I don't want 4 copies of every CLUG email and I
hate having to re-send messages.


On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 7:51 AM, Paul Wayper <paulway at mabula.net> wrote:

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> Donald Benesch wrote:
> | There's a lot of this type of email getting thru lately.
> | I just today deleted 3.
> | Don
> I'm with you Don.  Is there any reason why we need this list to be writable
> by
> non-subscribers?  If you want to post to the list, then subscribe - it's
> that
> easy.  That way you see the replies to the list too.  The only people who
> don't join the list before posting to it seem to be spammers and people who
> want to ask questions about using Samba under Linux, and neither of them
> seems
> interested in the replies...
> Can the person who administrates the list - not I - please set it to
> subscriber-only posting?
> Thanks in advance,
> Paul
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