Has anyone else gotten a very strange spam-like mailing from "List Boy"
(email@example.com) with the subject, "Architext would like to
index your mailing list", followed by a list of (in this case 100)
apparently random list-owner or list-server addresses (none of which
were lists I have anything to do with)?
No contact information, no explanation, nothing. My reply is
appended. Has anybody heard of these people?
Michael C. Berch
firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael C. Berch)
> Date: Sun, 30 Jul 1995 21:48:25 -0700
> In-Reply-To: <199507310448.VAA13093@cochese.atext.com>
> To: List Boy <email@example.com>
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com (Domain admin contact),
firstname.lastname@example.org (Domain technical contact)
> Subject: Re: Architext would like to index your mailing list
> > [List of 100 mailing list request addresses deleted]
> Excuse me, but what is this about? What is Architext, why did you
> send me this mail, and what do the list of 100 lists, none of which
> appear to be mine, have to do with me, and just what does it mean to
> have one's list "indexed"? Which ONE of my lists do you want to
> "index" (I run several lists at several sites)?
> And while I'm at it, a few more questions: why is there no contact
> information besides the From line of "List Boy <email@example.com>",
> and most pertinently, what do you home to accomplish by sending
> completely clueless and inexplicable messages to mailing list managers?
> Michael C. Berch