X-Message-Number: 10904
Date: Thu, 10 Dec 1998 23:04:59 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Re: Deanimation Alarm System

I didn't mean to accuse you (Bill H. Seidel) of spamming, but merely
of sending what looks to most people (those who don't happen to have
paid for a particular proprietary software package, and installed it
on the machine they read e-mail on) like hundreds of lines such as


which is why the Cryonet software automatically discards it.  Cryonet
has always been for plain text only.

The thing about spam is my signature, which appears on all my e-mail,
postings, web pages, and anywhere else that spammers might harvest
my address, so that I can prove to third parties that spammers are
operating in bad faith.

I'm CCing Cryonet since you did so, even though you were responding
to my private e-mail.
Keith F. Lynch --  -- http://www.clark.net/pub/kfl/
I always welcome replies to my e-mail, postings, and web pages, but
unsolicited bulk e-mail sent to thousands of randomly collected
addresses is not acceptable, and I do complain to the spammer's ISP.

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