David W. Tamkin wrote:
> JC Dill always seems to think I mean something other than what I wrote:
No, I think you said *exactly* what you wrote.
> | Which makes it very odd that you would consider this "good list
> | management software".
> Who considers it good?
Your previous post on this topic started with:
> When Alvin Oga wrote,
>>> - a good list manager sw will be able to defeat this
>>> faked autoconfirmation from a supposed human confirmation
> Jim Galvin asked,
> | Would you please describe how one could detect that a message came from
> | a human and not an autoresponder?
> Perhaps [...]
Please reread the quoted text above. Alvin suggested that "good list
manager sw" would be able to do something, and Jim asked for someone to
describe how it would work. You quoted both Alvin and Jim, thus your
post is presumed to be responding to these exact points, and is expected
to describe how "good list manager sw" can do what Alvin suggests and
Jim asks for clarification on.
If this is *not* what you were talking about, why did you quote and
reply to those cites, and how the heck did you expect the rest of us to
know you were now talking about something else???