Re: NIR list is broadcasting "subscribe" messages.
Rob Raisch <email@example.com> Tue, 09 March 1993 23:04 UTC
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In-Reply-To: Jill.Foster@newcastle.ac.uk "Re: NIR list is broadcasting "subscribe" messages." (Mar 9, 3:02pm)
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Subject: Re: NIR list is broadcasting "subscribe" messages.
Ummmm... Jill, by redefining a network standard mechanism like "mailinglist-request" pointing to the mechanism which subscribes one to a mail list, you fly in the face of network convention, and are generating a lot of unnecessary confusion in an arena fraught with confusion to begin with. Just an opinion. </rr> -- -- </rr>