Jon looks suspiciously like a spammer to me.
I think it's the beard...
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From: Platform Independent Linux List! [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Burton Windle
Sent: Wednesday, November 07, 2007 12:22 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Your recommendation please: a big volume mail solution
Woah woah woah, Bob! Jon Lewis is not Atlantic.net; he may work for them,
but he can't be responsible for every naughty thing that happens at an ISP
of Atlantic.net's size. Berating him in a public forum over something that
a customer of his employer does is hardly appropriate.
Jon is very anti-spam; he (and Atlantic.net) run one of the larger
anti-spam black lists (NJABL) around.
Burton Windle [log in to unmask]
On Wed, 7 Nov 2007, Bob Johnson wrote:
> On Tuesday 06 November 2007 20:21, Jon Lewis wrote:
>> The best way to avoid looking like a spammer is to not spam. Anything
> I take it, then, that Atlantic.net is not trying to avoid looking like a
> spammer? Isn't the ISP that hosts a spammer tainted by the spam as well?