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This is to second Steve's suggestion and (at the risk of irony) add that
if you need somewhere else to channel your anger, why not file a
complaint against him with the FTC under the "Can Spam" Act?  Here's the
form:  https://rn.ftc.gov/pls/dod/wsolcq$.startup?Z_ORG_CODE=PU01 Also
here is a very effective spam filter in which all the users function as
coders (should appeal to networkers). I've been using it for a year now
with excellent results (including intercepting all messages from Mr.
Maloney, and giving virtually no false intercepts).
http://www.cloudmark.com/products/safetybar/

Steve

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Subject: [SOCNET] Enough

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As Elijah has said (or is about to say), how about we stop talking about
John Maloney? If a message from him is unwanted spam, what is a whole
bunch
of messages about him?



Crabby in Boston,



Steve.



Steve Borgatti

Organization Studies Dept

Boston College

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