At 10:54 AM 3/5/99 -0500, Rich Kulawiec wrote:
>I think this is a pretty straightforward idea: to put it bluntly, if you
>can't handle 100+ messages a day, don't sign up for mailing lists which
>deliver 100+ messages a day. Or, if you do, then it is up to *you*,
>the end user, to ensure that you have appropriate tools to deal with it.
What is the corollary here? It is up to the list manager to provide the
user no help, since it should be as hard as possible for them to be on our
lists? After all, being on a mailing list *should* be a punishment for
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