(Original text of message follows) I inadvertently sent this to the AMSAT mailing list. It was meant to be sent only to some friends of mine and I mistakenly sent it to one address too many. I apologize to all who received it. I am a subscriber to the AMSAT mailing list, and have received several replies about this message. As to being spam, I don't think this would qualify as spam, because, at least as far as I know, spam is --commercial-- unsolicited e-mail. But hey, maybe I am wrong. Michael Blankenship wrote: My first question is: Has the list owner/moderator (if not you) addressed this directly with the sender? If so what was his reply? The captioned sender *is* a user on this system, however, unless this is just a sampling of spam originated from this user we can only assume it was inadvertently sent to the mail list. I encourage you to query the originator and resolve the problem directly. If you are unable to receive satisfaction with that approach please forward any additional "spam" mail from this user to me directly and/or his uncooperative reply and we will take additional steps to correct the situation. Please note, the subject of this message has been Cc'd in this message. Michael Blankenship Systems Admin CJNetWorks - Topeka, KS On Mon, 13 Apr 1998, Franklin Antonio wrote: > Date: Mon, 13 Apr 1998 11:09:55 -0700 > From: Franklin Antonio <email@example.com> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > Subject: spamming of our mailing list by a user at ccjnetworks.com > > The following message was sent twice today thru our amsat-bb mailing list. > This list has over 1000 recipients. The message contains dirty jokes that > have no relationship to the purpose of this list, ie they are completely > off topic. Can you censure this individual? > -- 73 de Brent Venis KB0SPN Misspelled?!? Impossible, my modem is error correcting.