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Re: ADMINISTRIVIA: Attention AOL users
- Subject: Re: ADMINISTRIVIA: Attention AOL users
- From: Tpcutter@xxxxxxx
- Date: Thu, 3 Feb 2005 10:00:46 EST
In a message dated 2/2/05 11:12:37 PM Eastern Standard Time, marc@xxxxxxxxx
<<One or more AOL users on the list hit the "this is spam" button when
reading a list message. DON'T DO THAT. AOL will block access from
the snafu domain. This hurts ALL list members. It also hurts other
snafu users that have friends and associates with AOL email addresses.
It can even effect other users of my ISP.
If you don't like something on the list, hit delete. If you don't like
the list in general unsubscribe. If you have problems unsubscribing
send me marc@xxxxxxxxx> (not the list) an email and I'll do it for you.>
Note to AOL 9.0 users: If you ACCIDENTALLY hit the "This is SPAM" button,
all is not lost. You can unsend and amend that message easily. Just click on
the words "Recently Deleted Mail" at the bottom right-hand corner of your
Mailbox Screen. When the window opens, click on the heading "Spam" in the
left-hand menu. When the list appears, and you see the Oilheads@xxxxxxxxx email,
highlight it then click the "This is NOT SPAM" button at the bottom of the
window. This will alert AOL that you notified them in error.
Please remember that the list administrators are doing this for FREE! Their
time is valuable, and you as a user have a RESPONSIBILITY.
If I were an admin I would permanently block anybody who failed to clean up