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Lesson Plans

junk e-mailings -Reply

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Wed, 22 Oct 1997 08:22:01 -0800

ArtsEdNet Talk is an unmoderated list. This means that no one reads nor
edits the e-mail sent to the ArtsEdNet Talk listserver in any way before it
is distributed to all ArtsEdNet Talk subscribers. This ensures that each
message is posted immediately.

We share your annoyance of spammers, solicitors, and those who send
money-making scheme messages. We encourage you to reply to the
senders of these messages (rather than the entire ArtsEdNet Talk list)
and express your irritation to them.

Unfortunately, we are occasionally bombarded by such bothersome
e-mails because this is an open and unmoderated list. Fortunately, to
date we have not had too many inappropriate messages sent to the list.
We prefer to refrain from imposing controls and restrictions on our
subscribers' activities and participation just to block out a small
percentage of spammers.

We thank all of you for your active participation and substantive
contributions to ArtsEdNet Talk. Again, we encourage you to respond to
the individuals who send inappropriate e-mails and express your
opinions and thoughts directly to them.

>>> Michelle Vidro <ggoose> 10/21/97 08:13am >>>
To whom it may concern,
Please remove my name and e-mail address IMMEDIATELY from any junk
e-mail lists, advertisements, or other solicitation lists that you sell or pass
along to others. I am VERY annoyed to have recieved a sales pitch e-mail
this morning. If this continues I will be forced to remove myself from the
ArtsEdNet system.