[SC-Help] Re: stop emailing me...[LJKBP]
ajhhall at netvigator.com
Mon Feb 2 09:02:34 EST 2004
One person with a legitimate problem gets two unpleasant replies.
And you want people to appreciate this system!
Just sit back and look at the replies that people get when they post here.
They are intolerant and rude. Also, many people who come here arrive because
they are not computer experts and need their hands held while they
understand what is going on and deal with whatever issue has caused them a
problem. Instead they are screamed at. I arrived here four days ago feeling
slightly annoyed about my e-mails being blocked and wanting to understand
what was happening and what I could do about it. Four days have converted me
to a committed enemy of spamcop.
"Larry Kilgallen" <Kilgallen at SpamCop.net> wrote in message
news:nARiYsfaOPwF at eisner.encompasserve.org...
> In article <mailman.256.1075677165.20699.spamcop-help at news.spamcop.net>,
roberta loach <rloachart at yahoo.com> writes:
> > spam cops...please stop mailing me...you are crowding
> > my malbox and my important business and personal mail
> > is not getting through...enough
> > already....please.....I have reported you to the
> > ftc.gov and it does no good so I rely on your decency!
> If you got the message from a SpamCop mailing list, either:
> 1. You requested it, in which case you should unsubscribe
> according the the headers sent with _EVERY_ message
> (and also provide when you subscribed),
> 2. Someone maliciously subscribed you after obtaining
> the password to your email account, possibly by
> pretending to be your email vendor and setting
> up a false web page. You should first consult
> your email vendor to secure your account again,
> and then follow the method in step 1 above.
> 3. There was an error, in which case you should take it
> up with the SpamCop administrator using the form at
> In any case, you should NOT bother everyone in the newsgroup by
> repeating posts only to discuss your personal subscription problems.
> That is the sum total of what I know about the mailing lists,
> as I use the newsgroups. I would suggest you try that method as
> well, pointing your newsreader at news.spamcop.net.
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