Re: [78attendees] IETF Invitation letter

Warren Kumari <wkumari@google.com> Tue, 14 September 2010 15:21 UTC

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I asked for the invitation right when I signed up (early August) and
waited and waited and waited for the invitation letter. I then got all
huffy and was about to send a flaming ball of hate towards the discuss
mailing list... Just before doing this I poked the secretariat and was
informed that many of the invitation PDFs had been eaten by overly
aggressive SPAM filters... After looking though old mail logs I
discovered that SpamAssassin had in fact eaten it.

Just a warning for others, even if you never incorrectly tag stuff as
spam its worth checking....
W



On Tue, Sep 14, 2010 at 10:53 AM, Michael Graff <mgraff@isc.org> wrote:
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> On 2010-09-14 7:35 AM, Norm Wright wrote:
>> My companies email filter detected a virus in the rely to my request for
>> a letter of invitation and blocked it.  I have sent in another request asking
>> for a letter of invitation in text format.
>
> Your company blocks PDF files?  Whoa.
>
> In any case, you can request a paper copy to be mailed to you I believe,
> at your cost.  There was a link on the site to do this.
>
> - --Michael
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