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<pre wrap="">On Mon, 28 Apr 2008 02:23:41 -0700 (PDT)
Dan Hollis <a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E" href="mailto:email@example.com"><firstname.lastname@example.org></a> wrote:
<pre wrap="">On Mon, 28 Apr 2008, Ronny T. Lampert wrote:
<pre wrap="">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.
<pre wrap="">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?
<pre wrap="">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.
Being so perfect must consume vast amounts of your time. <br>
So what, the guy sent an out of office reply to a mailing list, the
moderator should remove him temporarily from the list and everyone else
should move on.<br>
Its no big deal, there is nothing to see here, move on...its like being
witness to a bunch of old dears and the launderette gossiping about a
neighbour, I didn't realise we had so many curtain twitchers on the
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