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Re: [ga] RE: Non cross-posting rule is reinforced on the dnso.org
Friday, August 13, 1999, 4:52:17 AM, DNSO Listadmin <DNSO.Listadmin@dnso.org> wrote:
>> This is outrageous.
>> This rule means that I cannot copy my ccTLD Constituency with messages I send to the DNSO General Assembly.
>> Please substitute a more sophisticated rule - and remove this restriction.
==>> This is few month best practice to avoid spams.
> Some people put into CC and To as many lists as they can, request
> answers, or votes, and all it ends up with a huge files
> of bounced postings from people being not subscribers to
> any dnso.org list. Then human ressouces and time are necessary
> to answer other complains.
> As you are member of both lists, you may sent two identical
> messages, each only to one list.
> Hope you will understand.
> DNSO Listadmin
I rest my case.
BTW, placing the other lists in the BCC field and just leaving the
firstname.lastname@example.org address in the TO field gets around this silly restriction
and doesn't make you go through the hassle of having to send multiple
William X. Walsh - DSo Internet Services
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