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Stephen G. Kayes kayes at SUNGCG.USOUTHAL.EDU
Wed Oct 11 23:26:09 EST 1995


	I have sent their "junk mail" right back to them as fast as I get
it making sure that I (1) include their message in mine to make the file
as large as possible, and (2) made sure that I did not repost it to the
group.  To my non amazement, I found that my mail was returned because the
sender's mail box was so full that it used up their quota of space.  Then
I resent the returned mail as above, which was now even larger and it, too
came back.  So I went home, went to bed, came in early the next morning
and resent it again.  This time it got through.  Later in the morning I
sent it all again, and the box was full. 

	This may or may not deter the little dweebs but it certainly made 
me feel better.  I am also working on trying to find out who their sysop 
is because I suspect that they are using school computers (.edu) in a 
for-profit venture which may violate the school's tax exempt status.  

	Sorry for all the bandwith here but I felt I must.

	Steve Kayes  

On Wed, 11 Oct 1995, Rick Bungiro wrote:

> In article <45eddu$gqp at lastactionhero.rs.itd.umich.edu>, Steve Meshnick
> <meshnick at sph.umich.edu> wrote:
> > Do they realize that they have posted this on the parasitology bulletin
> > board?   Are we supposed to do stool exams on the people who get sick
> > from their recipes?
> > Steve Meshnick
> I have begun emailing requests to people who blanket-post advertisements
> on this bboard asking them to stop doing so.  Perhaps if large numbers of
> us do the same they will get the message and cut it out.  Does anybody
> know a better/easier way to deal with this breach of "netiquette"?
> Rick Bungiro

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