*> Sounds like a case where there should be a "don't allow posting" list
*> that we could use for addresses we don't want posting to a list.
*that's not as helpful as it may seem, because spammers are disk
*dancers. they change accounts all the time, getting a new
*trial account with another ISP when the one they had previously
*get closed. and some of them forge the headers, so that the
*apparent sender who you block is innocent.
it'd still be a useful capability; there are times where i'd like to
give some members of one of my more unruly lists some enforced "quiet
time" to think about why flaming is bad.
richard ("you flame sombody, you spend the night in the box")
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