[OT] Andrew Chester is out of the office.

Gerard gerard at seibercom.net
Mon Apr 28 11:05:50 IST 2008

On Mon, 28 Apr 2008 02:23:41 -0700 (PDT)
Dan Hollis <spamtrap71892316634 at anime.net> wrote:

> On Mon, 28 Apr 2008, Ronny T. Lampert wrote:
> >> The oof deserves a forced unsubscription from the list, but the 
> >> unenforceable legalese raises that to a permanent ban level imo.
> >> Allowing such nondisclosure statements on the list is too legally
> >> risky and should be totally blocked.
> > Not all of us have a choice; the are mailservers out the
> > automatically appending such nonsense; there are bosses out there
> > REQUIRING you to have that nonsense.
> > What should the poor guy do?
> he should not be using a company account for the maillist. if your
> company is so paranoid about such things then they should not be
> using their accounts for public mailing lists. simple as that.
> most other lists ban such nonsense.

I had not thought of that myself. I wonder is his employer knows about
his extra curricular activities.

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