** Sometime around 15:04 -0500 3/17/97, Grant Neufeld sent everyone:
>At 2:22 PM -0500 97/3/17, Vince Sabio wrote:
>>The following message was posted to SPAM-L this morning. I thought that
>>it would be of interest over here, as well. I contacted the sender and
>>asked him to send me the list of attacked servers; I have posted it on my
>>Web page in case you would like to know if yours was among the many.
>In future, it might be more effective to send directly to the postmasters
>at the hosts in such a message (and also more secure since you're not
>revealing the list to anyone else).
My point in posting it was to alert the *list owners* -- hence the posting
to listmom-talk and list-managers. I assume that the information has long
since been forwarded to the server managers -- which, in my book, are a
better target for this information than the postmasters (though there will
often be some overlap there).
Maybe I should add, "If you see your server on this list, alert your
server manager to the problem."
- Vince Sabio
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